Brian Duke tracks woman at Hattie B’s with AirTag, tells her “I hope you’re enjoying that sh*t chicken”

41-year-old Brian Duke was taken into custody for harassment on May 14th, 2024. On September 17th, 2023, Deana Jane Greenlee-Fitz called the police to her Cabin Hill Road residence. Greenlee-Fitz advised officers that when she was out with her family eating at Hattie B’s Hot Chicken on September 16th, 2023, Duke texted her saying, “I hope you’re enjoying that sh*t chicken.” Greenlee-Fitz was confused about how Duke knew her location until she discovered an Apple AirTag device inside her purse. Greenlee-Fitz then told him to stop contacting her and blocked his number. She said Duke then used Venmo to message her by sending her $0.01 at a time, telling her to unblock him. Greenlee-Fitz added that she fears what he might do due to their history. A warrant was issued for his arrest, and he was later detained for the occurrence.

Courtney Hall assaults girlfriend after being confronted with video of him cheating

29-year-old Courtney Vandame Hall had a domestic incident with his girlfriend, Tiera Ligon, at his Stonewater Drive residence in the early hours of August 16th, 2023. At around 3:17 p.m., officers were working an extra job at Tristar Summit Hospital when they spoke with Ligon, who advised that she and Hall argued after he accused her of having shoes someone else bought for her. Ligon stated Hall made remarks about their relationship, telling her she needed him. To which Ligon replied, “She could have married someone better off if she wanted to be in it for the money.” Ligon said after this, Hall punched her in the face, leaving a visible laceration to her left eyebrow that required stitches. Officers determined there was probable cause to have an arrest warrant issued for Hall.

On April 7th, 2024, a third-party caller alerted the authorities, stating her daughter, Tiera Ligon, was being hit by her husband, Courtney Vandame Hall, at his home on Stonewater Drive. Before officers arrived, they discovered Hall had an outstanding domestic-related warrant for the previously mentioned August 2023 incident. When officers arrived, they located, detained, and Mirandized Hall, under which he waived his rights. Hall then told officers that Ligon went through his phone and found messages between him and another woman, who he said was a friend, informing him about a close friend’s death. He stated Ligon started accusing him of cheating and started yelling in his face, so he “body-checked” her, causing her to fall in the kitchen. Then, Hall advised officers that she tried to “attack” him, so he pushed her again, during which she tried to bite him. Officers noticed he had some skin peeling on his stomach, consistent with a scratch.

Officers then spoke with Ligon, who stated she found out Hall was having an affair, so she confronted him with recordings of him telling another woman he loved her. She said that he then rushed her, demanding she unlock her phone so he could delete the evidence she had. Ligon then refused, which was when Hall started attacking her. A struggle ensued over her phone, where Hall took the phone and threw her down by the bed, by her TV, and then back by the bed. During this, Ligon added, Hall kicked her three times in the face, leaving her with a busted lip and bruising. Officers observed blood on her clothing and deemed him as the primary aggressor. Hall was taken into custody for two counts of domestic assault.

Gharri Brown charged with rioting while riding as passenger princess in car involved in takeover

19-year-old Gharri Brown was jailed on November 19th after a group of street racers took over an intersection near Century Boulevard. Hermitage Precinct officers arrested four men from out of county early Sunday morning after they were found taking over the intersection of McGavock Pike at Century Boulevard doing donuts and burnouts in a white Dodge Charger.

Officers arrived at 1 a.m. to find more than 60 vehicles participating in the dangerous driving stunts. As they were approaching the intersection, they witnessed a man fire a gunshot into the air around bystanders and vehicles. A traffic stop was initiated on the Charger, which was blocking the roadway, when it fled from officers going more than 90 miles per hour onto Elm Hill Pike. Additional gunshots were seen coming from the Charger during the brief pursuit. Two passengers, Gharri Brown, 19, and Justin Oakes, 18, both of Shelbyville, were charged with rioting

Sabrina Beckman, 66, jailed for public intoxication during CMA Fest in Nashville

66-year-old Sabrina Beckman was jailed for public intoxication during CMA Fest this weekend when security at The Stage on Broadway observed her extreme level of intoxication at their bar. Officers were called to check on her welfare and escorted her outside. She had trouble standing and walking and was visibly overly intoxicated. She was offered the opportunity to be transported to the hospital for medical assistance, but refused all assistance and refused to call anyone to get her back to her hotel safely.