Nashville Fire EMT charged with strangling wife after drinking all day, flipping table, police say.

Metro Police say Nashville Fire EMT Robert ‘Cody’ Romero flipped a coffee table, struck his wife in the head twice, and wrapped his hands around her neck and strangled her for 5-7 seconds after drinking throughout the day. He is charged with aggravated assault/strangulation, free on bond, and assigned to ‘alternate duty’. Metro Police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance on June 30th, where Fire Department EMT Robert ‘Cody’ Romero was arrested. Romero’s wife (victim) explained that Romero had been drinking throughout the day and became upset at…

Nashville firefighter charged with breaking down ex-wife’s door, assaulting new boyfriend

Nashville firefighter John Judkins is out on a $3,000 bond in Wilson County, after Mt. Juliet Police say he kicked in his ex-wife’s door, and assaulted both her and her new boyfriend at 5 a.m. last Sunday morning.

Nashville firefighters peddling rainbow ‘Nashville Fire’ t-shirts at gay bar while on-duty this weekend

What appeared to be on-duty Nashville Fire Department Firefighters, in uniform and carrying radios, showed up to at least one Nashville gay bar this weekend, selling rainbow themed ‘Nashville Fire’ t-shirts to the gay men in the bar, or as one patron called it on his social media “selling water in a desert.”

Woman who kicked MNPD Officer in testicles has now bitten another officer’s finger

Tanesha Clay, who we covered last year when she kicked an MNPD Officer in the testicles twice, sending him to the hospital, has now assaulted another officer, biting his middle finger last night during an attempt to arrest her, and refusing to let go. NFD eventually offered to sedate her so she could be transported.

Fake firefighter falls through Chief’s ceiling in burglary attempt of Nashville Fire Dept

Bradley Cozart, 27, was arrested early Wednesday morning after falling through the ceiling of the Chief’s office at the Nashville Fire Department, in an attempted burglary. According to an arrest report, at around 5 AM Wednesday morning, Bradley Cozart¬†observed inside an office at the Nashville Fire Department at 3800 Charlotte Avenue. Witness Ricky Clouse initially believed that the defendant was an NFD employee, as he was wearing an NFD shirt, but he and other NFD personnel eventually made contact with Cozart and detained him at the scene until police arrived,…

Nashville Firefighter Josh Brown Slurs Fat People, Transgender People, Gay People, Among Others

Nashville Firefighter Robert ‘Josh’ Brown has some very bold opinions – especially toward other humans. He has a lot to say about Fat people, gay people, transgender people, and even people who receive government assistance… even going as far as to indicate he doesn’t believe he has white privilege. That speaks volumes, coming from a middle-aged white man, who works for the government making good pay with year increases (2017: $56K/year | 2016: $51K | 2015: $49K), and has had his past criminal activities, such as assault, dismissed, despite being…

Nashville Fire Dept Employees Continue to Violate the Social Media Policy – Posting Incident/Scene Photos Online

A year ago, we told you about Metro Nashville Fire Department employees that were posting things on social media, in direct violation of the department’s social media policy, which we also published at that time. Over the past year, we’ve been monitoring over 100 publicly available feeds of Nashville Fire Department employees, that are freely available for anyone to view online, and we’ve found that not only do over 95% of them identify themselves as NFD employees (Firefighters, EMS, Engineers, & Chiefs/District Chiefs, in particular) – but they continue to…

Allen Hanback, of Nashville Fire Dept, Online Bullying, Sexist Remarks, Online Threats, Insults Transgenders, Gays, & says MNPD should assault more criminals, would personally assault Protesters – All While Representing the NFD Online

After last year’s issues with Tim Lankford & others within the department, some whom were suspended without pay, and all of whom completed diversity training after we brought their online postings to the public, the Nashville Fire Department made a very clear and very public statement, in regards to employee’s social media postings – Unless they were speaking on behalf of the department, their personal social media accounts should either carry a disclaimer that opinions are their own, and not that of the MNFD, or they were simply not to…