When confronted about his bizarre and ‘twitchy’ behavior outside a West Nashville shell station he told police it “must have been something in the water”. He then told officers it was methamphetamine.
Metro Police have charged Nicquise Trevon Betts, 23, with felony reckless endangerment after they say he raised a pistol in the air and fired 15 shots while talking on the phone just before 2 a.m. Thursday morning. Metro Police were in the area on a different call when they heard gunshots coming from near 25th/26th Ave N. early Thursday morning. The responded and observed a group of people running from the area of the gunshots. A witness was able to describe the gunman, and police used cameras in the area…
Metro Police found Benjamin Lott, 32, drunkenly walking on Cahal just after midnight, describing his level of intoxication as “quite high”.
Local musician Danial B. Marshall has earned his Nashville musician stripes as he was charged with his first DUI just after 3 a.m. Friday morning after police stopped him for going 58 in a 40 on Hermitage Avenue.
32-year-old Jon Alti Juliusson was intercepted by Metro Police as he attempted to flee from a $30 cab fare in downtown Nashville.
37-year-old Joshua Waishes told police he “didn’t remember doing it” – but a roommate says he witnessed Waishes steal gift cards from their landlord’s vehicle parked outside the home in the middle of the night.
Officer Barrett Teague today submitted his irrevocable and non-appealable letter of resignation from the MNPD to be effective after he serves a (meaningless) 30-day suspension without pay for conduct unbecoming a member of the police department.
Nashville socialite Jamie N. Brown, who is the ex-wife of famed music producer Tony Brown and the current two-week fiance of Bates Ford of Lebanon owner Tony Bates, was arrested and charged with domestic assault after she admitted to biting Bates as he tried to de-escalate an argument.
A 17-year-old arrested in February for handgun possession was again arrested early Monday morning after he admitted to firing shots from a vehicle, which quickly drew the attention of nearby officers.
Nashville booster Davion Pettis was taken into custody Thursday, charged with back to back thefts from West Nashville Target stores.