19-year-old Deonte Franklin, 18-year-old Daunte Young, and 18-year-old Temara Spain were charged with burglary and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Deonte was also charged with possession of a controlled substance. These charges arose after they and 3 other defendants were found Cane Ridge High School after hours without permission to be there.
It’s been a rough start to the year for Metro Schools for violence inside the schools. In the first 13 days of school, Scoop: Nashville has received over 25 videos of individual fights across the district.
Metro Nashville Police Officers assigned to Hunters Lane High School today arrested a 17-year-old junior for carrying a Glock 9 millimeter semi-automatic pistol loaded with 5 bullets on campus.
Metro Nashville has now settled the claim of an 8-year-old that suffered a broken clavicle (collarbone) after being restrained by an Una Elementary School teacher, for $8,000 with the parent of the child.
Metro Nashville Police Officer Candace Steen, who was assigned to West End Middle School as a School Resource Officer was decommissioned on April 4th, after a complaint was received from a school administrator, who reported that Officer Candace Steen was selling a ‘concoction of alcohol mixed with other ingredients’ to school staff while in uniform and on-duty during the school day.
Former HG Hill Middle School PTO President Janice Adrian has been arrested, after she was indicted on felony theft charges from the organization.
where they found the weapon hidden in the ceiling tile. During the search, Nelson reportedly said “you all must have found my gun”.
Parents and students are concerned that a Black History display in the hallways of Pearl-Cohn High School may have went too far for their comfort. As part of a project, students labeled doors as ‘colored entrance’ and ‘white entrance’, and nearby water fountains as ‘black only’ and ‘white only’.
The search of Hillsboro High student Soloman Smith, 18, resulted in his arrest for bringing multiple knives to school on Thursday, which were hidden on his person.
An observant parent was the first to noticed that 20-year-old Joshua Sawyers had a handgun in his jacket pocket at JT Moore middle School on Tuesday as kids were getting into their parent’s cars at afternoon pickup. He is currently held in lieu of a $5,000 bond.