Metro Police say 23-year-old Savannah Leigh Shrum held up her right hand and extended her middle finger to the officer who was attempting to pull her over as she traveled over 90 mph in her Mustang Thursday at lunch, making it “clear she wasn’t going to stop”. The aspiring model, who has a modest Instagram following, sped away while the officer fell back and ran her license plate to secure a warrant for her arrest.
33-year-old Sundee Mcclain was charged with theft of a vehicle, reckless driving, driving on a suspended license, evading arrest with risk of death or injury, and drug paraphernalia after she led police on a vehicle pursuit in a stolen vehicle.
18-year-old Treshaun Delucia and Quantaz Carter were charged with theft of property, possession of a weapon, and evading arrest when aviation found them in a stolen car that gave chase through Antioch.
26-year-olds Robert Winston and Desmond Jones were charged with marijuana & cocaine. Winston was also charged with evasion, false imprisonment, order of protection violation, driving revoked, heroin, reckless driving, and paraphernalia after fleeing & speeding through a residential area before crashing through a fence.
45-year-old Derrick Houssel was charged with evading arrest, reckless driving, driving on revoked, and theft after he fled from officers on Murfreesboro Pike and attempted to escape by walking into a hotel.
33-year-old Thomas Albright was charged with aggravated assault for pointing a handgun and threatening to shoot a woman while calling her a snitch. She believed he may have been referring to her being on the Oxygen television show “Criminal Confessions.”
Vivid Musi Group artist ‘Ladonn’, legally Bryan Ladonn Covington, led middle Tennessee police in a car pursuit last Friday, during which he called 911 and stated: “I’m not stopping or pulling over until I get to the probation office and we can deal with it there”. Police eventually stopped him, and he rolled up his window on the arm of the officer attempting to extricate him from his vehicle.
Mark Moses, of South Nashville, was arrested just before daylight Monday morning, as he told police repeatedly “it was the GPS’s fault” he was driving drunk on the wrong side of Bell Road. He was already out on pre-trial release from a January DUI, and he was soon be set free on it, a 2nd time.
One teen evades capture, while a 15-year-old driver is charged with reckless driving, evading arrest, and vehicle theft. In January, the same teen was charged with vehicle theft and evading arrest. In that case, the teen admitted to taking a 2010 Mercedes SUV parked on Sunnymeade Drive.
Reckless driving charges, speeding, 54 in a 35 mph zone, 85 in a 55 mph zone, failure to appear. Tickets in multiple states, one of them unpaid for years. It’s no wonder why MNPS Director Shawn Joseph prefers a personal driver for his daily activities across the city.