One boyfriend. Two women. Three felony charges.

Sherricka Alexander then went to the kitchen and grabbed a can from the pantry, stuffed it into a sock, and returned to the bedroom, where she attempted to strike Alexus with the makeshift weapon. She was unable to strike her, because the sock slipped out of her hand when the attempted to do so.

Antioch Shooting: Michael Jefferson killed; 2 pounds marijuana found in apartment #Robbery

In an update to last night’s shooting in Antioch, police now believe that Michael Jefferson, 36, came to the apartment to commit a robbery of 2 pounds of marijuana and cash, found inside the apartment. He was killed in an exchange of gunfire, leaving 2 others injured. 

Metro Nashville’s failed transgender response; How Goodlettsville got it right

Metro Nashville has been quietly handling their response to the transgender shaming incident by multiple city employees in October. Along the way, they have shown some signs of progress. However, they also took 28 days to ask the victim’s name, and are considering a city-wide response that does nothing to address the behavior of the employees. Goodlettsville, however, addressed the incident with a passion, and moved forward with the support of their community.

Man breaks down ex-girlfriend’s door, fires shots at male guest jumping out window

Jordan Beavers, 23, broke down his ex-girlfriend’s door, fired shots at her male companion as he jumped out a bedroom window, and made his ex girlfriend beg for her life as a gun was held to her. He finished the night by telling her he would kill her if she told the police what happened.

MNPD considering Seattle PD’s LGBT Safe Place initiative in response to transgender shaming incident

MNPD considers Seattle’s ‘Safe Place’ initiative in response to recent transgender shaming incident. The program would simply put ‘rainbow badge’ stickers on businesses where LGBT citizens could wait and ‘feel safe’ while waiting for one of those officers to arrive, when they report a crime.

Nashville Underground sued; bouncer charged after attacking black couple, body-slammed female, left both bleeding

Bouncer Jordan Frye stopped the elevator doors and got into the elevator with the patrons. Once inside the elevator, Frye is charged with punching the black male patron in the face, then grabbing the black female, and body slamming her onto the floor of the elevator. Frye then picked up the male from behind, and placed him in a headlock.