Eduardo Garcia Fuenes booked after passing school bus in Nissan Titan

26-year-old Eduardo Garcia Fuenes failed to stop for a school bus with activated warning lights picking children up on Old Hickory Boulevard in the early hours of February 1st. Officers observed this and conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle. Fuenes told officers he did not have a driver’s license and provided his Guatemalan Passport. Fuenes admitted to seeing the bus but did not want to stop because he thought the traffic would hit his Nissan Titan. A licensed driver came to get the truck, and Fuenes was cited for the incident. He was booked on the citation for not having a driver’s license and passing a stopped school bus on February 26th.

Leondrea Bailey jailed after doing donuts in parking lot during illegal street racing event

26-year-old Leondrea Bailey was jailed on February 25th when police helicopters observed her participating in an illegal street racer event. Police observed a red Dodge Charger with black racing stripes doing donuts in the Murfreesboro Pike and Bell Road intersection parking lot. Bailey did so while being surrounded by a large crowd of people, putting them at risk of getting hit by her vehicle. When Bailey saw the police, she fled the scene, driving recklessly while speeding until she was finally stopped. After running her information through the system, it was discovered Bailey didn’t have a valid driver’s license. Bailey was taken into custody for rioting, reckless endangerment, and driving without a license on February 25th.

Cheyenne Smith caught driving stolen U-Haul truck

20-year-old Cheyenne Smith was jailed on February 17th for driving a stolen U-Haul truck. While police patrolled the Marathon gas station on Trinity Lane, they ran the plates of a U-Haul truck, which came back stolen. Officers then watched as Cheyenne entered the driver’s seat of the U-Haul. After a traffic stop, it was discovered that Cheyenne didn’t have a valid driver’s license and was not responsible for renting the vehicle. Officers attempted to locate the individual who rented the vehicle but were unsuccessful. Cheyenne was taken into custody for theft and driving without a license.

Raquel Harden caught driving stolen Toyota Camry near Marathon Gas Station

31-year-old Raquel Harden was jailed on February 16th after police observed her driving a stolen Toyota Camry near the Marathon Gas Station on Trinity Lane. When officers ran the plates, they learned the vehicle had been reported stolen out of Memphis, TN, by Catherine Reese. Officers observed as the vehicle traveled to the apartments on Whites Creek Pike, where they conducted a takedown. Via a search using Harden’s TN ID, officers learned that Harden had an active felony warrant in Davidson County. Officers also learned Harden also did not have a valid driver’s license. Harden was taken into custody for theft of property, vehicle theft, and driving without a license on February 16th.

DUI: John Imaniriho drinks 1 bottle of Stella Artois before nearly colliding with multiple vehicles

24-year-old John Imaniriho was seen swerving in his white Nissan Sentra and nearly collided with multiple vehicles on Lafayette Road near Lewis Street on the afternoon of February 15th. Officers observed this, initiated a traffic stop, and noticed a half-empty, open bottle of Stella Artois in the center cup holder as they approached the driver’s side. Imaniriho was asked to step out of his car and showed numerous signs of impairment, stumbling as he exited and reeking of alcohol. Imaniriho admitted to drinking “one bottle” before consenting to sobriety tests, where he performed poorly. Officers ran his information through NCIC and were notified that he had no valid driver’s license. Then, Imaniriho failed to provide insurance for his Sentra. Imaniriho was taken into custody for driving under the influence, failing to comply with financial responsibility, an open container violation, and not having a driver’s license.

Andre Satterlund brutally assaults girlfriend on Valentine’s Day, tells police they had been “Having problems”

30-year-old Andre Satterlund was jailed on February 14th after reports of him assaulting a woman on 6th Avenue and Mulberry Street. Two separate calls were placed stating that a male and female were outside of a vehicle, physically fighting under a nearby bridge. Both complainants noted that the female was bleeding from her face. The callers gave officers the license plate number of a tan Lincoln sedan. The officers didn’t find the vehicle under the bridge, but it was spotted near Carrol Street and 5th Avenue South. When the vehicle driver noticed the officers, they abruptly drove away. Officers searched the area and located the vehicle in a parking lot at 9th Avenue South and Gleaves Street. There was blood on the hood and passenger door, along with strands of the woman’s hair. Officers then identified Satterlund as the driver and asked him to step out of the vehicle. Santia Zamora was in the passenger’s seat, with extreme swelling to her jaw and eyes. Her nose was bleeding, and her arms were scraped. Officers observed blood everywhere on the passenger’s side of the vehicle and immediately called for an ambulance. Both parties stated that they were in a relationship, and Zamora had gotten into a fight with strangers at Hustler Strip Club. Satterlund initially stated that his girlfriend had gotten into a fight with another woman inside the club. Later, he changed his story to his girlfriend getting into a fight with three women outside the club. Satterlund admitted that he and Zamora had been “having problems” all day. Officers then went to Hustler Strip Club, where two witnesses stated they saw Satterlund kicking and kneeing his girlfriend in the face outside of the club. Officers located an area where there were several items thrown from inside Satterlund’s vehicle and blood on the ground. Officers noticed Satterlund had blood on his pants, and his knuckles were swollen. Zamora was transported to Vanderbilt Hospital for her injuries. While in the ambulance, Zamora admitted that Satterlund punched her, kicked her, and threw her into the side of the car. The severity of Zamora’s injuries is unknown, pending a CT scan. During the search of the vehicle, officers located an open alcoholic beverage within reach of the driver’s side. Officers also learned that Satterlund did not have a valid driver’s license. Zamora did not wish to prosecute. Satterlund was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault, open container violation, and driving without a license on February 14th.

18-Year-Old Jakeria Rucker drives into oncoming traffic to evade police in Ford Fusion

18-year-old Jakeria Rucker drove through a stop sign with a brake light out near Deford Bailey Avenue and 12th Avenue South late February 10th. Officers were in the area and overheard approximately 20-30 gunshots from the Edgehill Housing Community. Officers went to the area and observed four occupants, one of which being Rucker, in a black Ford Fusion cross into oncoming traffic to flee from them. The Fusion was later involved in an accident on 2nd Avenue South and Chestnut Street, where officers confirmed the plate number matched the vehicle at large. Rucker, the driver, was detained as she told them she did not know they were trying to pull her over when she saw the blue lights behind her. Further investigation revealed that she did not have a valid driver’s license and was taken into custody for evading arrest by motor vehicle and not having a driver’s license.

DUI: Divanny Jaimes Lara drinks 8-12 beers, does multiple drugs before crashing car

25-year-old Divanny Gabriel Jaimes Lara had a car accident on Thompson Lane and Nolensville Pike on the morning of February 11th. Jaimes Lara was visibly intoxicated when officers arrived to speak with him, and then he refused to take sobriety tests. Jaimes Lara was informed of implied consent and agreed to provide a blood sample. Under Miranda, he told officers he consumed 8-12 beers, smoked marijuana, and snorted crystal meth. Officers discovered through ARMS that he also did not have a valid driver’s license. Divanny Jaimes Lara was taken into custody for driving under the influence and not having a driver’s license.

DUI: Isaac Longinos drinks several Modelo beers before nearly rear-ending vehicle

24-year-old Isaac Angel Longinos traveled 20 mph in a 45-mph zone on Murfreesboro Pike near Ransom Place on February 6th. Officers observed this as he swerved and overcorrected before nearly rear-ending another vehicle while approaching a red light. They conducted a traffic stop and noticed he was visibly intoxicated when they approached the driver’s side. There were several open cans of Modelo beer on the floorboard. Longinos exited the vehicle as they requested and consented to sobriety tests. Longinos could not complete the sobriety tests due to his level of intoxication. Officers detained him and performed a records check, which showed that he did not have a valid driver’s license. Further investigation led to them discovering Longinos had a fake temporary tag affixed to the rear of his vehicle that was later turned in as evidence. They transported him to booking, where he urinated on himself while sleeping. Longinos was taken into custody for driving under the influence, not having a driver’s license, and having a fraudulent title.

Porsha Leggs found in stolen vehicle with cocaine, chore boy, Oxycodone

32-year-old Porsha Leggs was in a stolen Kia Sorento at the Discount Tobacco Center on Jenkins Street on January 22nd. Officers followed the vehicle to the alley near Rosa L Parks Boulevard and Garfield Street, where they observed Leggs exiting it. They detained her immediately, found that she had no valid driver’s license, and located the keys to the Sorento. A subsequent search led to them discovering two pipes, a chore boy scrubbing pad commonly used in smoking crack cocaine, some cocaine wrapped in paper, and four Oxycodone pills in a paper towel. Leggs was taken into custody for unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, two counts of simple possession, theft, and driving without a valid driver’s license.