43-year-old Cheryl Biddle was booked this week on an outstanding warrant charging her with impersonating a professional. A Nashville family hired Biddle via Care.com as an “in-home nurse” to care for a family member recovering from an illness. She presented herself as a “licensed registered nurse” in both her online profile and during a subsequent interview with the family. During her employment, a family member walked in on Biddle going through after being aware that items recently became missing from the home, including medications and jewelry. Her employment was terminated. As the investigation continued into Biddle, it was learned her license was suspended by the state in 2019 in an agreed-upon consent order involving the misuse and mishandling of narcotics, which Biddle signed.
19-year-old Christian Swett has been on the runways of Nashville’s Fashion Week, VIP Mixers for the Mayor, and the stages of Los Angeles, however, earlier this month he found himself in the Davidson County Jail. Swett was booked on an outstanding warrant from 2020, which identified him as the person stealing a $150 package of Chanel cologne from the Green Hills Dillard’s. He is free on pre-trial release.
Dontez Haynes, 20, could have been at home making hamburger helper for lunch, but instead, he’s likely enjoying a bologna sandwich, courtesy of a Davidson County jail. He is held on a $10,000 bond for aggravated burglary, after pawning his roommate’s PlayStation gaming system.