Brick through window leads to discovery of prison purse full of methamphetamine

Late Wednesday evening, officers responded to a possible home invasion w/firearm call in Antioch on Apache Trail. Upon arrival, officers found a brick through a window, and two suspects sitting in a vehicle, one with a gun, and both of them with a lot of meth – with one hiding it much better than the other.

Emails reveal Metro Council member conspired with Codes to issue illegal permit for home business

All Metro Council member Russ Pulley had to do was tell his constituent ‘NO’, he wouldn’t help her break the law. Instead, he conspired with codes to issue her an illegal permit to have a business with customers coming to her home – a privilege denied to every other Nashvillian. It turns out ‘NEW’ Nashville is just as corrupt as ‘old’ Nashville.

Suspect jumps from moving vehicle; 48 syringes, 7.2 grams meth; “I sell meth to have a place to live”

#AFFIDAVIT: “.25 grams is 1 hit of meth, 7.2 grams would equal 28.8 hits of meth. The average hit lasts 12 hours. If Ethan Conner took .25 grams every 12 hours, he would be high for 14.4 days straight”
-Goodlettsville Officer Jeffrey Hunter

Unlawful exposure: Man recorded sex with girlfriend, they broke up, he sent video to her friends

Jerral Davis, 31, was arrested on new charges, along with multiple outstanding warrants, Monday afternoon. One of the warrants charges him with ‘unlawful exposure’, after he recorded himself and his girlfriend having sex , then sent it to her friends after she ended the relationship.

THP Officer accused of ordering strip & cavity searches on multiple women at Nissan Stadium

Multiple female employees of Legends Hospitality, who provide services for Nissan Stadium during Titans games, have now come forward and filed lawsuits, alleging that law enforcement officers held them captive while they were stripped, and sometimes sexually assaulted,¬†after Titans games near the ‘money room’, located with the bowels of the stadium. One of the victims filed a lawsuit in Nashville’s circuit court under a pseudonym to protect her privacy, another filed just three weeks ago in federal U.S. District Court alleging civil rights violations, and Scoop: Nashville has been in…

He’s back. Man assaults restaurant manager over charges.

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.