Zahnaee Chaney, 21, was not going down without a fight. When officers realized she had five outstanding warrants, she fled. It took 3 officers to restrain and cuff her once they caught up, and she still managed to assault one with her feet.
#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
Christopher Tefteller, 38, was arrested on weapon and drug charges after police walked up on him weighing out cocaine in his car while parked on Norton Avenue, in North East Nashville.
Once ordered out of the vehicle to be arrested by MNPD, 33-year-old Princess Sanders called her mother, and waited on her arrival on-scene before she obeyed officers commands to exit the vehicle to be arrested.
Fonseca now had pending charges for felony reckless endangerment and felony evading arrest, and was less than a foot from MNPD officers, inside his van, refusing to exit the vehicle. Instead of removing him from the vehicle, and taking him into custody, Sergeant Martin decided to allow him to drive away and take out warrants later.
Nashville sex worker Tanisha Head, 29, is currently being held in lieu of a $2500 bond after police say she threw a customer’s car keys over bridge when he wouldn’t pay.
Davianna Hyde was arrested on Sunday afternoon, after she admitted to smashing the windshield of her boyfriend’s car, and then broke through the door he had barricaded himself behind, to attack him with a metal pipe. She is currently free on a $7,500 bond.
…she backed up about thirty feet from the crime scene tape, and took off running toward officers yelling “Y’all are going to have to kill me”, and tore through the yellow tape as she approached the officers.
James Matlouck, who was wanted on multiple outstanding warrants, was spotted by police on Monday. Before they could catch up to him, he ran to an apartment and barricaded himself inside. A multi-hour SWAT standoff resulted in his arrest.
Terrell Polk, 18, was arrested on Monday morning, for multiple outstanding warrants for both Nashville and Robertson County. His mother, Catrina Gentry, did her best to prevent his arrest – and now she’s charged with accessory after the fact, a felony.