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.
Sean K Andrews, 43, was at The 5 Spot Tuesday night, where he says he had three to four drinks, before leaving to meet a girl. Once he was on Gallatin Pike, officers paced him at 75 mph (in a 40 mph zone) as they initiated a traffic stop. He would not meet the girl on this night, he would be charged with DUI, possession of a handgun, and and reckless driving.
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.
The end of the school day got wild at both East Middle & Cora Howe School at dismissal in East Nashville on Tuesday. Kanette Campbell, the mother of an 8th grade student, drove reckless in the parking lot, nearly hit students, pushes past a cop, and then threatens a 6th grade student with assault, before she is arrested. Here’s the officer’s report from MNPD: “While monitoring dismissal at East Middle school, I observed a gray Nissan Maxima driving at a high rate of speed through the Cora Howe school parking…