Hotel staff advised Joel Boyers had caused a disruption at the bar, after he made several high dollar tips totaling $22,000, causing waitresses to compete to serve him. He was arrested for public intoxication and carrying a firearm in a bar. He is free on pre-trial release.
Dear Nashville, there is a hard and fast rule that’s easy to follow: don’t volunteer information to the police, and don’t sign a search consent form for them to search your home without a warrant.
Rodney Haynes, 41, woke up this morning at the Hill Detention Center, after he woke up last night in a stranger’s driveway. Haynes was arrested after he nodded out and crashed into a parked car in a stranger’s driveway, still not awake when police arrived. They would eventually find heroin and meth in the vehicle.
Zachary Winton, 32, called 911 Friday afternoon to report intruders inside his Nashville home. Officers arrived and entered the home to apprehend the reported intruders, but they didn’t exist. They did find a cocaine purification operation, which Winton said he used to give out free cocaine at local Nashville bars.
Jack Williams, 51, was driving his green Dodge Journey on Murfreesboro Pike toward Bell road on Monday, when he made two lane changes without signaling. Items seized included 16 individual baggies of heroin, ready to be sold.
Need an auto insurance card? a drive out tag for your vehicle? a diploma? college degree? paycheck stub or utility bill for income or identity verification? Nashville has a vast underground market for all these needs, and one man proclaims to be ‘King’ of it all, Meet 27-year-old Masi Kingston.
Delvin Howard, 34, remains in a Nashville jail tonight, after police found 40 grams of cocaine, 47 grams of crystal meth, 8 grams of MDMA, $4,765 in currency, a gun, and multiple cell phones, in a search. Police went to the home to investigate a credit card fraud case, and smelled marijuana coming from the suite.
Cody Richard Caldwell, 26, is charged with sending inmate Catherine Pinhal a greeting card with drugs inside it, and writing a fake name (Seth Graves) as the sender, in an attempt to hide his own identity.
Metro Police arrested 26-year-old Shelby Cange Sunday for an outstanding felony warrant, charging her with aggravated assault.
You may remember Lee Lazarus as the Lyft Driver who called 911 on a black man in his car, saying he was scared. Or perhaps you remember him as the guy who then got a job at Postmates to deliver to the Lyft office that fired him, only to spit on the recipient and get charged with assault. Now he’s struck again, and landed in a Nashville Jail.