30-year-old Lakeisha Brown was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail this week on outstanding warrants from the fall of 2021, charging her with two counts of felony vandalism. Police say that in September, Brown approached Velma Crawford’s 2005 Chevy Avalanche and intentionally scratched the side of the truck, causing damages of $1,673. On Halloween of 2021, Brown was inside her Avalanche when Brown once again approached her residence holding a dog cage from a nearby trash container and tossed it into the tailgate of the truck while screaming, “B-*-h, I will fuck your ass up!” causing $1,324 in damages.
24-year-old Tandrea Garrett was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant from November of 2020, charging her with domestic assault. Police say she arrived at the home of her ex-boyfriend and father of her child, Kenneth Ferguson, for a custody exchange. She explained it was her birthday and she wanted to go out to party, and asked if he’d keep the child another day. He declined as it was outside the schedule and he had other commitments. She then punched him in the face multiple times and yanked out several of his dreads, which were still on the floor when the police arrived. She fled the scene before police arrived and has been on the run for twenty months.
27-year-old WKRN Reporter Gerald Harris was driving recklessly on Alameda Street in March of 2017 and was pulled over by Officer Mancino. As the officer approached the car and asked for the man’s license, Gerald put the car back into drive and sped away heading East on John A Merritt Blvd. The officer was unable to keep up with the vehicle and issued a warrant for his arrest. Five years later, he was booked on the charge of felony evading arrest.
25-year-old Tyre Grannemann was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant from 2020 charging him with domestic assault. Despite his then-girlfriend, Jilliane Forney, telling police she didn’t want to prosecute and was only filing the report to justify breaking her lease, officers were still bound to act on the report of the assault and issue the warrant. She told police Tyre had been drinking with friends and returned home, and they got into a scuffle with pillows which she says escalated into him slapping and grabbing her neck, strangling her. She provided police with photos of redness in the shape of a handprint, and they observed a small bruise on her arm.
58-year-old Gregory Coker came into contact with police in Coffee County this week, who realized he had an outstanding warrant in Nashville — from 1996. He was transferred to the Davidson County Jail to answer for the 26-year-old warrant, which charges him with the felony burglary of a business called “Beefys”. The warrant alleges he was an employee at the location and came one on one of his days off and took money from the safe.
26-year-old Joshua Vaughn was charged with domestic assault and driving without a license after he was caught speeding on I-40 and was found to have no driver’s license. Police discovered he had an outstanding warrant for assault.
20-year-old Ashley Ginter was charged with contraband in a penal institution when she stowed suspected heroin in her female body cavity while she was being detained and it was divulged during booking at the county jail.
25-year-old Risharra Birdine was placed into custody for an outstanding warrant for a domestic assault from March when police showed up to her house after her vehicle was discovered for being involved in a hit-and-run about an hour prior.