Quinetta Howse called Metro Nashville Police on Sunday to report her husband, 38-year-old Calvin Howse, had been drinking since Friday and was out on the road driving their neighbor’s white Cadillac on a revoked license. Officer arrived at the neighborhood, they indeed found him in the Caddy, driving down the street with an alcoholic beverage in his hand. He held the beverage up to officers and stated “these will get you f***-d up real quick!”. He explained he was simply using the car to go get more alcohol, and he knew he was going to jail… and he did.
Melanie Rappette says she went to Coronado Court to meet with a cousin of 18-year-old Bobby Wayne Key. As she entered, Key was exiting and called her a “snitch” as they passed each other. About an hour later, she came outside and immediately noticed her vehicle was “damaged”, resulting in an estimate of over $1,600 to repair. Key texted the victim apologizing for the vandalism.
38-year-old Barquita Williams is charged with assault after she pushed a man to the ground who confronted her when she illegally parked in a handicapped parking spot at the Inglewood Kroger. Video footage captured the incident, and a citizen captured her license plate number, leading police to make the arrest. She is free on pre-trial release. Earlier in the month, Williams brought a handgun to an East Nashville High School where she got into a fight on campus.
A trio of 18-year-olds from Nashville are charged after a female lured a man to a 40th Ave N. home, at which point Deyton Farless, Michael Barlow, and Hugo Tabora, were among the teens that held him using a stun gun and hammer, robbed him of his belonging, forced him to drain his CashApp account, then kidnapped him using his own vehicle, drove 7 miles before dumping him out, and then fled toward Cookeville and engaged in a chase with THP and local police.
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.”
31-year-old Jordan Gay is facing multiple charges after was found with 30 grams of heroin, 8 grams of meth, a meth pipe, a Glock handgun, and a Winchester rifle, after selling drugs to one of Metro’s confidential informants and was arrested in a Dollar General parking lot on Stewarts Ferry Pike.
Things got wild at the Waffle House on Murfreesboro Pk during the post-bar rush on Saturday morning. It seems the security guard working at the waffle house got so nosy, that at 2 AM he starting looking INSIDE the cars parked in the parking lot. Yep, security guard Tyler Hicks, who is there to protect the patrons inside the waffle house, was outside peeping in your cars. BUT WAIT, there’s more! – when Tyler Hicks saw a small bag of what he assumed was marijuana inside the driver’s seat of…
On Monday. 08/28, Candace Donyal Cole was arrested for theft of merchandise from her Sunday evening shopping trip at Citi Trends, which she shops at regularly. According to store surveillance, and witness statements, Candace Cole was shopping at Citi Trends around 6:30PM when she was escorted to a dressing room with two pair of pants, 2 cat body suits, and a shirt. According to the store manager she had a large bag with her when she entered the dressing room, and she exited with only the bag, and left no…