26-year-old Dominique Danielle Stone was arrested Tuesday, charged with three counts of theft of merchandise, and one count of assault of a store employee who tried to stop her. Though she was just arrested this week, the warrants covered thefts occurring from August of 2018 until February of 2019.
36-year-old Teneka Barbee was arrested Wednesday, charged with aggravated burglary. She allegedly kicked through a door to collect a $20 marijuana debt, however the victim says the weed was a gift.
34-year-old Mario Brooks remains jailed in lieu of a $2,500 bond this morning, charged with failing to appear to his court date for allowing the sale of alcohol to a minor at 3 Crow Bar in East Nashville.
Metro Nashville police were dispatched to the Days Inn at 1400 Brick Church Pike Monday, in response to a bomb threat that just turned out to be a man high on cocaine.
IN CUSTODY: Demontez Johnson, 19, is now in custody, and charged with the December murder of Dontae Drew, 18, on Dickerson Pike. Bond is set at $1,000,000
28-year-old Candice Nicole Gamble remains jailed on a $22,000 bond today, after a Friday night arrest charging her with DUI – 4th Offense, at which time she told police she was on the way to pick up her five-year-old child.
29-year-old Jelila Adekunie was arrested at a Regions Bank branch in Nashville on April 8th, charged with felony criminal simulation, and impersonation, after she tried to withdraw cash using a fake identity. Police located her Nigerian passport with her real name in the vehicle when her accomplice was also arrested.
35-year-old Susy Michiko Ishizu is free on a $1,500 cash bond, after she was booked on a domestic assault charge. Her husband says she punched him in the face with her fist, pulled his hair, and slapped him, when he didn’t get off the phone quick enough.
Nashville Fire Department Arson Investigators arrested Catherine Parker, 43 for starting a fire inside her Madison apartment on April 10, 2019. Just before 6:00 pm Catherine Parker called 911 to report a fire in her apartment in the Hickory Chase Apartment Complex, located at 600 Heritage Drive. There were two cats inside the apartment at the time of the fire. Fire personnel used animal oxygen mask kits to revive the two pet cats.
The Metro Nashville Police Department retaliated against Officer Monica Blake for her social media posts, which included her support of the Community Oversight Board – now Metro is set to pay her $150,000.00 to settle the claim.