On Sunday afternoon in the wealthy Forest Hills area of Nashville, 73-year-old Stephen Marstiller told his wife, Jeanie Marstiller, to grab his gun from the barn. Marstiller had been in an argument with a nearby neighbor, Robert J. Blake, who was walking in the creek along the rear of the property. The two had gotten into a fight and “grappled” near the creek, arguing over whether the creek itself was Marstiller’s private property while his wife recorded the incident on her phone. After the fight was over, the senior citizen took his .22 rifle to a bridge further down the creek and fired upon the neighbor, missing him by approximately three feet. Officers retrieved a total of three shell casings from the bridge, where Marstiller admits he fired a “warning shot” at the man.
Officers seized his gun and took him into custody, and he was home on a $12,500 bond just over two hours later.
39-year-old Jeremy Jones’s female roommate told him it was time for him to leave her property, as he had been there for three months and things weren’t working out. When she informed him, he began to throw things around the house and slammed doors, causing damage to locks. He was caught in 4K telling her “You think this is bad, wait and see… You need to love your husband as long as you can… you will find out what the Crips will do!” in a video reviewed by police. At the time of his arrest, he was out on bond for threatening his parents with a shotgun, and that bond company has now also surrendered him from their bond, making his new bond for release set at $40,500
38-year-old Zac Glover is charged with domestic assault after admitting to pushing an apple smoothie into the face of his wife during an argument Monday morning. She threw the cup back at him, but not before the smoothie mixture had covered her face, body, floor, and walls. Glover is free on a $1,000 cash bond.
35-year-old Derek Ferrell was stopped by Nashville International Airport Police on April 9th at approximately 5:30 p.m., after he was observed driving erratically in an older model white Ford sedan. Inside the vehicle, police would find an open bottle of Kentucky Deluxe Whiskey, a 20-gauge shotgun, 150 rounds of ammo, and drug paraphernalia.
Antonio Parham, 26, who was shot last Wednesday while approaching the front of O’Reilly Auto Parts carrying a shotgun, is now jailed on charges of aggravated assault and unlawful gun possession by a convicted felon. Artie Thomas, 29, who traveled with him and started the initial argument with the employee is WANTED.
The man shot outside O’Reilly Auto Parts on Monroe Street this afternoon is identified as Antonio Parham, 26. He is being treated for a critical wound to his chest at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, after he approached the store with a shotgun.
Metro Police responded to a call of an intoxicated person firing a “big gun” from a porch inside Cayce Homes in East Nashville late Tuesday night. They would arrive to find 29-year-old Terrance Buckley, who told police his name was ‘Harley Davidson’.
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 Singer/Songwriter Jamie Rebekah Burke spent a few hours in jail on Memorial Day, as she was being processed for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol. She was charged with DUI 2nd, as she was convicted of a previous DUI in Nashville in 2012. According to a MNPD report, Jamie Burke was driving on I-40E when she changed lanes in front of a patrol car, when there was not enough to do so safely. Once in front of the patrol car, Burke accelerated quickly, and the officer paced her as…
Christopher Cabot Holley, 37, probably wishes he hadn’t overslept Monday morning. He staying at a Nashville Hotel by cleaning staff, as they were attempting to clean the room, as it was past check-out time. When the hotel staff entered the room, they initially thought the subject was unconscious as he was not responsive. After they contacted 911, units arrived and finally were able to wake him up. He spoke with officers, and told them his name was “Michael White”, however it would soon be determined that he was Christopher Cabot…