Joshua Hish, better known just as ‘Hish’ in his music career, was denied boarding on a flight out of Nashville Wednesday night. Airport police say he was so intoxicated he was tripping over the level carpet.
35-year-old Derek Ferrell was stopped by Nashville International Airport Police on April 9th at approximately 5:30 p.m., after he was observed driving erratically in an older model white Ford sedan. Inside the vehicle, police would find an open bottle of Kentucky Deluxe Whiskey, a 20-gauge shotgun, 150 rounds of ammo, and drug paraphernalia.
22-year-old Chris Harris, better known as Nashville rapper ‘BlaccBoiJuice (IG Juice_10K)’, remains jailed in lieu of a $132,500 bond after a fleeing from police in a stolen Lexus, and crashing. He had the keys to another stolen vehicle in his pocket, and had an outstanding warrant from February, when he fled from a traffic stop in yet another stolen vehicle.
Julien Menth, 23, can be found across various countries, islands, and continents any month of the year, on yachts and ski slopes, but on Sunday he found himself in a Nashville jail, after he flew into the Nashville International Airport with marijuana joints hidden inside a jar of peanut butter. He is currently free on a $6500 cash/credit bond.
#BNA Dalan Jason Snow, 25, arrested after 6.25 pounds of marijuana was located inside of vacuumed sealed bags stuffed into a pizza delivery bag, as he flew into the Nashville Airport. Detectives report the luggage smelled of “raw marijuana and Febreeze.” Snow said he was selling the marijuana to pay court fees from a previous narcotics arrest.
Raafat Rizk, 57, was arrested and charged with sexual battery on Wednesday, after a female co-worker says he sexually assaulted her while they were working together at the Nashville Airport.
Use of automated license plate reader technology at BNA led to the discovery of a stolen vehicle, and the arrest of Lajuan Clark. Police found 1.75 pounds of marijuana inside the stolen vehicle, along with ecstasy pills. Clark is free on a $30K bond.
This story started out as a simple tip that Nashville has been cracking down on unlicensed transportation companies operating at the airport this week, as well as taking control back of the ride-share lot, which had become a wild-west of it’s own… and then it became so much more, as we realized that was only the outer layer of what was happening with a particular transportation company – and we still don’t have all of the answers. We are waiting responses from the TLC and TDOC, and will update as…
Friday afternoon at BNA (Nashville International Airport), Uber rider MJ Johnson had requested to have his uber driver drop him at the ‘rideshare’ area so he could walk to his rental car, as he was not taking a flight, only picking up his rental car. The uber driver, only identified as ‘David’ so far, refused and insisted he could only be dropped off at the 3rd floor ‘departures’ area for flights. It would appear that Nashville’s most drama-filled Uber driver was not having it and goes OFF on his passenger…
Are Nashville Uber drivers placing your privacy at risk? In HUNDREDS of screenshots sent to EastNashvilleNews over the weekend, it appears that when Uber drivers are sharing info among their trips among each other and their friends, the passenger/customer’s address is shown prominently in the screenshots. While this is alarming on it’s own – combine this with the destination information that is also shown, and in nearly 60% of the time the destination was Nashville International Airport (BNA – 1 Terminal Dr) – meaning that not only was the customer’s…