25-year-old Hassan Algizawi was charged with DUI and implied consent when police found him unconscious and urine-soaked behind the wheel. He was administered naloxone twice in one day during a three-day heroin bender.
36-year-old Kiale Swecker was charged with attempted aggravated burglary, burglary of a motor vehicle, possession of meth, and unlawful drug paraphernalia after she was caught on a security camera attempting to enter a man’s residence and vehicles. When searched, the drug and related items were found on her.
48-year-old Barbara Montgomery is jailed on her 4th DUI charge, after MNPD found her passed out behind the wheel of her vehicle in a McDonald’s parking lot with her car in drive, and foot on the brake. She had taken Suboxone, Gabapentin, adderall, and Lithium.
25-year-old Johnathan Dillon York and 23-year-old Barrie Denise Nash both remain in a Nashville jail Saturday, after police found the pair in a vehicle with a handgun and drugs, including Xanax, Hydrocodone, Heroin, Suboxone, and methamphetamine.
Byron Roshell, 51, told Metro Police he did not know anything about the narcotics or handgun they found in his room at the Drake Inn Motel, which he has occupied for the past 2 years.
Staff in the mail room located a Suboxone strip inside a greeting card that was sent to inmate Crag Briley, and investigators were able to review an inmate phone call where a female told him she “sent the package he would need to repay his debt inside the jail”.
Inmate Michael Lee Adams, 28, was formally charged on Monday with receiving contraband into a penal institution, while in custody of the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office. We previously reported on the woman that smuggled the Suboxone in, Amy Lynn Cheeves, 35, who is also charged with a felony for introducing the drugs into the facility.
Cody Richard Caldwell, 26, is charged with sending inmate Catherine Pinhal a greeting card with drugs inside it, and writing a fake name (Seth Graves) as the sender, in an attempt to hide his own identity.
Just before 3AM on Tuesday morning, Aaron Kizer pulled into the Krystal drive-thru and placed his order. However, according to a police report, when he got to the window to pay, all he could do was nod out instead of being able to pay for his food. Krystal employees contacted police, and upon arrival, they made contact with Aaron Kizer. He had slurred speech and trouble making complete sentences. He agreed to attempt SFST’s, and displayed numerous indicators of impairment. A search of the vehicle revealed a pill bottle that…