Police found 34-year-old Kyle Maring passed out a downtown Nashville sidewalk, where he ended up after he was kicked out of a car that he thought was an Uber, but wasn’t. He is charged with resisting arrest, vandalism, and public intoxication.
MNPD Officer David Crisman was stopped by an Uber driver at 14th Ave S. & Demonbreun. The driver stated he had a passenger that was intoxicated to the point he wasn’t sure what to do with her. The passenger, identified as Jolene McKillop, was unsure about her destination, and kept changing her mind during the ride, not knowing where she really needed or wanted to go. Let without a specific destination, the Uber driver sought assistance.
Metro Nashville Police saved two women from a potentially dangerous situation last week, as they were in a vehicle they believed to be their Uber. The stranger driving them, Milian Tesfay, had picked them up on West End and had driven them out of the way of their destination, and was no Uber driver at all.
16-year-old fugitive David Earl Mays was attempting to carjack Brian Redden, 38, at 7:13 p.m. when he shot him in the lower torso. Redden underwent surgery Wednesday night at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
BREAKING: David Mays, 16, is presumed armed and dangerous. He shot an Uber driver Wednesday night at the Exxon on Shelby Ave
MNPD, Lebanon PD, and the WCSO all worked together to take down 30-year-old heroin distributor Isaiah Richard Gates Tuesday, and his uber driver, Tariku Bulit, after a long-term investigation. During the arrest, Gates ripped open a large bag of powder heroin in an attempt to destroy the evidence, and several officers were exposed to the the heroin.
Uber driver Aaron Pettit says a woman tried to rob him of money and take his car. He told her he was armed with a knife, so she punched him in the face, while another man pulled a gun on him.
Nashville Uber driver refuses to take the passenger because of no proper car seats, but instead of driving away, she stays and argues, and it doesn’t end well – for anyone. Who’s to blame?
Herron climbed in and shut the door, locking herself in the police car. She told officer Large the address she wanted to go to and ask that he start the ride. Officer Large asked his new passenger if she knew where she was, to which she replied “yes, you’re my Uber”.
It was a wild and crazy Sunday morning for one Nashville Uber driver. Just before 3AM, Mynor Chox reports that he was punched in the face and his door was kicked in while driving for Uber during one of Nashville’s busiest festival weekends.