26-year-old Jasmine Forde was booked into the Metro Nashville jail this week on two outstanding warrants. The first stems from an incident at the Storming Crab, where she ordered a $48 dinner and fled without paying, with the entire event captured on video. In the second incident, she walked into a Twice Daily convenience store and lifted her shirt to display a pink pistol in her waistband to the cashier, stating “…I’m about that life”.
27-year-year old Kennetha ‘Michelle’ Blaylock is free on a $30,000 bond after police say she followed a shoplifting couple out of the Whites Creek convenience store she was working at, firing three shots into the wheel wells of the vehicle after both occupants were inside it.
24-year-old Carlos Smith was charged with public intoxication and vandalism after he got drunk and punched his friend’s car, breaking the mirror and leaving dents down both sides.
30-year-old Mark Nave was charged with theft of merchandise after he stole 2 energy drinks from the Shell Gas Station on West End Avenue.
Metro Police say Travaris White threatened to ‘spray’ the whole Twice Daily story on West End with bullets, and then said: “Just shoot me, I got pistols in all my pockets”. He is jailed on disorderly conduct and fugitive from justice warrants.
Metro Police responded to a Twice Daily store on Friday morning, to find a man with his pants down around his ankles, his penis exposed, and his body pinned to the ground by store employees.
Three Nashville teens and one 33-year-old convicted felon, who all live on South 5th St, are charged with aggravated robbery for this morning’s armed hold-up outside the Twice Daily at 3863 Dickerson Pike.
Rebecca Laux was arrested on Sunday, and charged with drug paraphernalia charges, as by the time MNPD officers arrived, she had used the drugs, and hidden the needles and a spoon inside her ‘private parts’ according to a MNPD affidavit. The call for service came into MNPD Dispatch, as a female who was in the restroom of a Twice Daily gas station and has been in there for an extended period of time. Once officers arrived, they made contact with Rebecca Laux, and she consented to a search of her…
Angela Pritchard will be in court on Friday, to answer to charges of printing her own money orders. The actual charge is ‘Criminal Simulation over $1,000’, and it’s a Felony. Here’s what happened. Over the summer, Angela Pritchard was fired from Twice Daily. However, earlier this month she returned to there, just before 2AM one morning, went behind the counter and began to print money orders. She printed 5 money orders, for a $300 each, for a total of $1500, and then left the location. An employee on duty at…