Nashville Jail Monday on outstanding warrants from an August incident in which he is alleged to have run his soon-to-be ex-wife off the road, followed her to her home where he doesn’t live, broke into the home, followed her up a set of stairs, tore down a door and threw it down the stairs, then destroyed the bedroom while the victim was locked in a nearby bathroom. His mother arrived at the home and scared him away from the premises, and warrants were issued for his arrest. He is free on an $18,000 bond.
Nashville police arrested 27-year-old Syrus Jenkins Monday morning, who they say was clearly under the influence of unknown substances, and 90 minutes later he was free on pre-trial release, skipping the standard hold for public intoxication arrests. 5 hours after his release, he entered a family’s attached garage and attempted to gain entry to their home via the inner door. They grabbed a machete and waited 18 minutes for MNPD to arrive.
42-year-old David K, Tindell, who was 38 at the time of the incident, is charged with the aggravated statutory rape of a 16-year-old child in Nashville. The incident occurred in January of 2018 in Nashville. He has had multiple hearings in the case to date, and his next scheduled hearing in Nashville is coming up in August. He faces related charges in multiple other jurisdictions.
51-year-old Thomas Courtney, of Mt. Juliet’s Courtney’s Restaurant & Catering, told officers he thought he was “in his bed” when they found him asleep behind the wheel of a running car late Thursday night, heavily intoxicated
3 weeks ago Marcel Winters was sentenced to 4 years in state prison for aggravated robbery, the judge suspended it and gave him probation instead. In the 21 days since, he’s committed at least 3 thefts, and is waking up in jail this morning.
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…