33-year-old Wilson M. Franklin was charged with indecent exposure and disorderly conduct on December 27th. According to police, Wilson started tearing his clothes off in the lobby of the Comfort Suites on Rivergate Parkway and set them on fire. Amanda Beaty, an employee working the front desk that early morning, told police he “turned his back to the front desk exposing his buttocks, and his right hand was moving rapidly in his pants.” Police reviewed security footage and witnessed the fiery self-pleasure session.
30-year-old Jabreel Slater was driving his vehicle on South Main Street with two blown-out tires late Friday night. Officers located the vehicle on North Main and conducted a traffic stop. Officer Noah Werner says he could smell marijuana coming from Slater, and that Slater performed poorly on field sobriety tests. A search incident to arrest found a small amount of marijuana and a small unidentified pill. He is charged with DUI (marijuana).
Goodlettsville Police noticed a Kia Spectra a Drake Street and South Main with a light law violation and conducted a traffic stop on the driver, 20-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Jordan Ashby. A check of his New York driver’s license revealed it to be suspended. Officer Noah Werner documented he made a physical arrest instead of a citation because the soldier was not a Tennessee resident.