“Some African American men have had problems with police force, and police authority, but that’s because of how their upbringing was, and the environment they’re in.”
Multiple female employees of Legends Hospitality, who provide services for Nissan Stadium during Titans games, have now come forward and filed lawsuits, alleging that law enforcement officers held them captive while they were stripped, and sometimes sexually assaulted, after Titans games near the ‘money room’, located with the bowels of the stadium. One of the victims filed a lawsuit in Nashville’s circuit court under a pseudonym to protect her privacy, another filed just three weeks ago in federal U.S. District Court alleging civil rights violations, and Scoop: Nashville has been in…
Kevin Hunt, 36, answered the knock at the door, at which time officers got an overwhelming smell of marijuana emanating from the room. That would result in finding methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine, & ecstasy, in the Wallace Road motel room.
MNPD considers Seattle’s ‘Safe Place’ initiative in response to recent transgender shaming incident. The program would simply put ‘rainbow badge’ stickers on businesses where LGBT citizens could wait and ‘feel safe’ while waiting for one of those officers to arrive, when they report a crime.
The people of Nashville have spoken, loud and clear. Referendum 1 on today’s ballot has passed, and Nashville will get a Community Oversight Board for the Metro Nashville Police Department – despite the wishes of the police, the Mayor, and the FOP, who spent over a half-million dollars on deceptive ads in an attempt to overcome the wish of the citizens of Nashville.
A judge granted an emergency ex-parte order of protection against an MNPD Officer for 2 citizens that presented a complaint. He signed the order. The officer was decommissioned, OPA got involved & the complainant suddenly withdrew the complaint, OPA cleared the officer, returning her to duty, the Officer sued the citizen for $5K, profited a lot more than she would have made working, and the MNPD is still refusing to honor any records requests about the incident.
SCOOP: It was 21 hours after Kevin Steward was shot and killed before MNPD got the correct suspects and their vehicle information out to the public. However, a witness to the murder that attempted CPR on the victim, told police the shots were fired from a black Audi shortly after it happened – and she says they ignored her, even called her a liar, as they put out the wrong information to the public, not correcting it for nearly 21 hours after the murder
One of MNPD’s new officers, sworn to ‘protect and serve’ spent dozens of hours during a recent overnight rotation, serving his personal interests, of posting to social media about how boring his MNPD job was, how he couldn’t stay awake, and finding women to snapchat him while he patrolled Midtown.
Alisha Vega, who police state was ‘visibly intoxicated’ claims that she didn’t drive the van, but rather her friend had driven the van to Longhorn and left it there, with her daughter inside for over 10 minutes with doors closed, windows up, and motor off.
Nashville, are you OK with MNPD officers taking the time to report codes violations during their shifts?
‘tall grass in yard’?, ‘too many extension cords’?, ‘hoarding’? ‘selling candy and drinks without a permit’? ALL of those are actual complaints reported by MNPD to Codes.