18-year-old Dematheus Burns was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant charging him with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Police say someone accidentally backed into his vehicle in an apartment parking lot. In response, Burns exited his vehicle, produced a handgun, aimed it at the other driver, Roger Alexander III, and demanded immediate payment for the damages. A female in the car, believed to be Alexis Hill, the sister of Burns, was also present. Over the next several days, Hill also contacted the victim by phone and text demanding immediate direct payment.
35-year-old Markel Lillard was charged with theft, evading arrest, and driving without a license after police had to call in a chopper to help locate a stolen vehicle.
25-year-old Devin Mitchell was charged with multiple crimes including driving without a license and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after being pulled over for running a red light and having police discover an outstanding warrant.
17-year-old David Mays was charged with evading arrest, felon in possession of a handgun, theft, possession of drugs, and violating CoR after evading authorities in a stolen Benz, crashing into 3 vehicles, causing hospitalizations, and fleeing on foot.
18-year-old Donta Reed was charged with theft of property, no driver’s license, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor after a traffic stop due to no headlights led police to discover the vehicle reported stolen from within Metro Nashville.
43-year-old Martin Aguilar was charged with driving with no driver’s license and resisting arrest after he told police during a traffic stop for expired tags that he left his license at home, then inadvertently reported two different birth years, and finally admitting to having no license.
A car crash led to the arrest of local #Booster Kia Batey, 34, accused of boosting items from Victoria’s Secret at Opry Mills Mall, the day before Valentine’s day. Police note she was “polite and respectful towards officers” during the arrest.
Meet Jazzett Vinson – you may have seen her on the runway, in local & national magazines, TV commercials, at Playboy Golf, or even as a contestant on ‘Beat Shazam’. If you were on Clifton Avenue late Thursday night, you may have even seen her driving with no tire, on the curb, with a couple of 24oz cans of Miller Light. That’s what MNPD reports they saw shortly before taking her into custody just before midnight. Jazzett Vinson (who is booked as Jazzett Johnston in the CJIS system), was observed…