Woman arrested for hiding fugitive Dylan ‘Boogie’ Wilson under bathroom sink

Earlier this week, Cheatham County Sheriff Mike Breedlove published posts on social media about 21-year-old Dylan ‘Boogie’ Wilson, who he says is a ‘known heroin user and suspected dealer’, advising citizens and other agencies to be on the lookout for him, as he has outstanding felony warrants for his arrest. Late Wednesday, Dylan Wilson was taken into custody, but not before Misty Lepley tried to hide him underneath a bathroom sink.

James Lobasco aka ‘Trigga Scope’ arrested for drugs… again: 314 Hydrocodone Pills

James Lobasco (aka Trigga Scope) was arrested on felony drug charges Saturday night, after he was stopped for running a red light. According to officers, Lobasco was exiting from I-40, onto 28th Ave, when he ran the red light turning onto 28th. Officers reported a smell of marijuana when they approached the vehicle, and he was asked to step out of the vehicle. Lobasco admitted to smoking in the vehicle Friday night, which caused the smell to still be in the vehicle, but also had a small baggie of marijuana…

Nashville woman shows up to DUI probation appointment drunk, blows .211 in office.

Susan Hammer, 60, was arrested on April 10th for her 3rd DUI after she crashed her vehicle on Bell Rd, and was released on April 13th with bond conditions that specifically state “defendant is prohibited from possessing or consuming alcohol, and defendant shall be arrested for any offense” On Friday, April 27th, Susan Hammer showed up to her DUI probation meeting at 110 James Robertson Parkway at around 2:15 PM. She was reported to reek of alcohol, have bloodshot and water eyes, slurred speech, and was having trouble standing. The…

Enoch Allen, 2018’s First Fake Urine Arrest – Yep, he’s HIGH!

On Thursday, January 11th,  Mr. Enoch Allen was administered a drug test pursuant to the terms of his supervision of probation by Probation/Parole Officer Gabriel Collins at the TDOC Probation/Parole Office at 212 Pavilion Blvd. in Nashville. During the drug test, Officer Collins noticed that Mr. Allen was using a device with a “red-pink” like color cap, and was squeezing some fluids from that device into the drug test container while in the restroom. At that time Officer Collins ended the drug test, and requested for Mr. Allen to hand…

Felon Chloe Malek Risks 10 Year Prison Term by Using a Forged ABC Card to Serve Alcohol

Chloe Shahrzad Malek, who is already serving a suspended 10 YEAR TDOC Prison sentence on probation (community corrections) for felony drug charges, has risked it all by using a forged ABC Server card at her job. She’s had at least 3 prior community corrections violations, and one of the requirements for a valid ABC Card is no felony drugs charges of certain types. Here’s what happened: During a complaint investigation at Sam’s Sports Bar & Grill at the Cove located at 2001 Lakeshore Dr.  in Old Hickory, it was discovered…

Burglar Caught In The Act, Yells “OH SHIT!” & Runs as Homeowner Awakens: Dwight Boshers

Dwight Boshers was arrested again Friday, this time for violation of probation, and possession of meth. We had originally queued his story for publication back in September, but a very speedy court case resulted in a plea where the charge would be deferred and eligible to be expunged, if he stayed out of trouble. Since that didn’t happen, and he now has new charges, we’ll now publish them all. First the original charge, where he fails as a robber: on 09/09/17, on the 200 block of White Bridge Road, MNPD responded…

Business Beware: Konkrete Exterior Cleaners (aka Vence Barbee)

Perhaps when Vence Barbee named his ‘business’ “Konkrete Exterior Cleaners“, he should have kept the “Con” spelling – as in ‘convict’. Barbee has an extensive record, including a felony aggravated kidnapping charge, for which the police report states “he was aware they were going to beat and kill the victim” (see full report below). We are in full support of felons getting back into the workforce, and being entrepreneurs, as long as they are doing it legally – and not deceiving consumers to make money, avoid taxes, liability, and perhaps…

Is Your Handyman a Felon? Meet Billy Winkle

Every day there are new people popping up in neighborhood groups on social media, offering handyman type services, you let them into your home to do the work, but do you really know who they are? Many of us ask for references, but do we know if they have a criminal history, or are violent? Do we do the most basic of background searches before hiring them for a job? Do we care if they are licensed and insured? While none of that may be as cheap as a cash…