NEW: Robert Johnson, the man who is charged with murdering his girlfriend, Pamela Paz, and trying to sell a car with her dead body in the back seat, exchanged text messages with the murder victim from his mother’s phone on the day she died. His mother, 67-year-old Naomi D. Wolf has now admitted to deleting those text messages. She was jailed Thursday, charged with tampering with evidence.
36-year-old Jeremy Morphis is held in a Nashville jail on a $75,000 bond after a Grand Jury indicted him for illegal photography of a minor. He is alleged to have set up a camera in the bathroom of his home and photographed an underage relative while they were showering. The indictment says the photo was taken for the purpose of sexual arousal or gratification. Morphis was a beloved coach of children’s sports in Nashville / Old Hickory, including DuPont-Hadley middle school, and at one point he was a guard at RiverBend Prison.
34-year-old David Hamman was charged with two counts of sex offender residential/victim violation for spending the night in a house with a minor present and being within 1,000 feet of a park.
41-year-old Tommy Dees was charged with domestic assault after he pushed his girlfriend during an argument while she was holding her infant son, per report.
30-year-old Christine Humes was charged with theft of property when Wash Me Express provided security footage to police that revealed her hiding cash after she removed it from a drive-up kiosk.
29-year-old Antonio Boykin was charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon stemming from two separate incidents at two different locations, both involving a sharp object.
44-year-old Johannes Greer was charged with domestic assault after his wife reported to police that he slapped, bit, and punched her in the chest and face, per report.
23-year-old Damian Drury was charged with DUI after he was involved in a vehicle accident, performed poorly on a field sobriety test, and blew a .155 on the breathalyzer test.
47-year-old Mark Williams was charged with harassment, vandalism, and violating an order of protection after he continued to contact his ex-girlfriend and threatened to kill her, per report.
21-year-old Keesean Campbell was charged with counterfeit controlled substances when authorities from at least 5 different federal, state and local agencies busted him with a baggie of fake meth at a local Walmart.