Jamie Morgan booked on charge of stealing school board campaign signs in Nashville

45-year-old Jamie Morgan self-booked this week on a citation charging her with the theft of campaign signs of MNPS School Board candidate Todd Pembroke. Police say that after repeated thefts, a tracker was placed inside some of the signs by the campaign, and they were tracked to her address on Anchorage Drive. Police accompanied the candidate to the pinged location and issued her a citation, and retrieved dozens of signs. During that visit, Morgan lifted her shirt and flashed the candidate, made obscene gestures, and caused quite the scene, which was captured on video (below, in story). Morgan stated she did this for “political reasons.” On her social media, Morgan describes herself as a “Nashville based bipolar pagan intuitive; rape, sexual abuse, trauma survivor; retired drunk trying to be a better mom.”

James ‘Chip’ Selewski charged with DUI after 6 bourbon-based drinks with dinner

41-year-old James ‘Chip’ Selewski self-booked for a citation this week, charging him with a DUI from late July. Police say he was driving home from Mother’s Ruin just after 9 p.m. after having “5 to 6 bourbon-based drinks” with dinner. He proceeded to roll his vehicle in a crash at 6th & Monroe. First responders say he reeked of alcohol and was “violently vomiting” as they pulled him from the vehicle. He was transported to Vanderbilt, and due to being admitted for medical treatment, he was issued a citation in lieu of arrest.

Realtor Hayley Thornton charged after throwing drink in face of bouncer at Whiskey Row

23-year-old Realtor Hayley Thornton and her boyfriend, Liam Chatham, were in an altercation at Whiskey Row earlier this month, and while Chatham was taken into custody as one of his charges was a felony, Thornton was issued a state citation charging her with assault, on which she self-booked this week. The citation alleges that Thornton was attempting to get into the bar via a side door that wasn’t for public access, and when she was denied entry, she reportedly threw her drink in the face of a security guard. She was booked on the citation and was given a court date to appear in September.

Lucas Sosa, 38, charged with drag racing in his Ford F-150 truck in Antioch

Police say 38-year-old Lucas Sosa was drag racing his blue 2013 Ford F-150 against another pickup truck on Antioch Pike on June 18th, but the observing officer was too far back in traffic to conduct a traffic stop initially. Both trucks were caught by a red light traffic signal a short time later, and the officer was able to catch up and observed them drag racing a second time. The other vehicle slowed down and ceased racing; however, Sosa continued speeding through traffic and weaving around other vehicles until he was stopped.

Cameron Lewis charged after threatening to shoot Antioch Taco Bell employee over wait times

39-year-old Eric ‘Cameron’ Lewis was issued a state citation for assault after he exited his Nissan Maxima and went inside an Antioch Taco Bell on June 13th and confronted employee Tykee Williams about the wait time, becoming very irate. When the front counter employee explained he was not going to be spoken to in that manner, Lewis reportedly stated he had guns in his vehicle and would get them and shoot the employee and come behind the counter and assault him. Lewis refused to answer any questions when police arrived and was issued a state citation.

Brett Hatch booked on outstanding theft citation from 2020 & ROR’d

23-year-old Brett Austin Hatch was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Friday on an outstanding citation for theft of property by possession. A 2020 citation details that police responded to a Nolensville Pike call in which Hatch was a suspect and found him parked partially on the street and partially on the sidewalk. A consent search of the vehicle produced a loaded Smith & Wesson handgun which had been reported as stolen from a Cheatham County residence in 2018.

Trevor Forbess avoids being booked on state citation for four years… until this week

In January of 2018, police say 29-year-old Trevor Forbess was pulled over on Woodland Street in East Nashville due to expired tags on his vehicle. Upon checking his driver’s license, Officer James Smith discovered it was suspended. He then issued Forbess a state citation to self-book on the charge, however, Forbes never did. Four years later, Trevor Forbess was booked into the jail this week on the outstanding warrant.

Trey Faulk booked on vandalism citation for kicking a car after an argument

21-year-old Trey Faulk was jailed this week on an outstanding citation, charging him with vandalism. Police say on March 11th, Faulk got into an argument with another person at a Mapco on Stewarts Ferry Pike. Despite the other party leaving the scene to de-escalate the situation, Fault followed them to the adjacent Thornton’s to continue the argument, where he kicked the victim’s car door.

Jeremy Fulcher had the opportunity to stay out of jail, just not the ability – downtown Nashville

26-year-old Jeremy Fulcher was issued a state citation and released after causing a scene on Broadway in downtown Nashville with another individual, but then continued to hang around yelling and screaming. He was asked to move about and continue the night with his friends, but refused to comply and continued to walk back to The Nashville Underground, where the incident occurred. With his actions continuing, officers took him into custody and charged him with disorderly conduct.

Daniel Gann charged in the beating of a disabled man in a hospital bed

Police say 34-year-old Daniel Gann entered TriStar Skyline Medical Center in 2017 when he was 30 years old and walked into the room of a 55-year-old disabled patient, shutting the door behind him. Neither man knew the other, and he asked the man in the hospital bed his name and confirmed he was Parker Phillips. He told the man to get up out of the bed and then began to punch him in the face as he raised up, knocking him to the floor. The victim fought his way to the door, at which time a nurse heard his calls for help. It was later learned that Daniel was the nephew of the man’s ex-girlfriend. Daniel Gann was given a state citation for assault, for which he never appeared. 4 years, 3 months, and 7 days later he was booked into custody on the charge.