Vendors of Nashville’s homeless newspaper, The Contributor, are now accepting electronic payments through Venmo. If you choose to support a vendor while stopped in traffic, you can take the paper and pay when you have arrived safely to your destination.
Police say Addison Propst’s girlfriend was making food when he saw an incoming text on her phone from another man. Per an arrest warrant, he then assaulted her while screaming “You’re cheating on me!”, left the bedroom, forced his way back in, stole her laptop charger, and fled the scene.
Niido, Nashville’s first hybrid AirBNB/apartment complex, has gone to the dogs, literally. Residents awaken daily to hallways of dog shit, drunken people passed out, peeing from balconies into the courtyard, and elevators with fresh dog piss.
Metro Nashville Police described the room as ‘bloody’ and ‘in shambles’ after one brother savagely beat another with a guitar, as he lay in wait for him to exit the shower. It all began when one brother left money in a backpack of the other brother’s car, and ended with one brother passed covered in bloody clothes & cocaine spilled across his cell phone, while the other brother received 8 staples in the back of his head. In the early hours of Wednesday morning, a local musician called his brother,…
27-year-old Roosevelt Matt, Jr., was arrested Tuesday, and booked on a domestic assault warrant from December 31st, in which he is accused of knocking on his ex-girlfriend’s door, and dragging her out by the hair and beating her when she answered the door.
Metro Nashville Police charged 55-year-old John Steverson with aggravated misuse of 911 Wednesday, after he called Nashville’s 911 system over two dozen times, asking when officers were coming to kill him.
25-year-old Johnathan Dillon York and 23-year-old Barrie Denise Nash both remain in a Nashville jail Saturday, after police found the pair in a vehicle with a handgun and drugs, including Xanax, Hydrocodone, Heroin, Suboxone, and methamphetamine.
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.
A woman says two men she knows as “Daddy’O” and “Taz” robbed her at gunpoint, causing her to wreck as the attempted to flee. She called police, they brought a dog to search for the robbers, but the dog hit on her wrecked car, instead, locating ecstasy, marijuana, and cash.
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.