‘Chief True’ (Callen Williams) is not faring well in a Nashville Jail #JailReports #PhoneRecords

Two weeks ago, Callen Williams (Chief2Blunts/Chief True) was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail after pointing a federally outlawed firearm at Metro Police Officers while high on Xanax. Now inside the jail, inmates in multiple pods have refused to allow him to be housed with them, he’s verbally assaulted multiple staff, and in the 14 days since he was booked, he’s spent over 45 hours on the phone – we’ve got a list of who he’s been calling, and all of the incident reports.

Metro to settle excessive use-of-force lawsuit against Sheriff’s Dept for $160,000.00

Metro Nashville is set to settle an excessive use-of-force lawsuit against the Davidson County Sheriff’s Department for $110,000.00, with an additional $50,000.00 allotted for attorney fees. While being booked, Timothy Warren was punched in the face, knocked to the ground, his body repeatedly slammed onto the floor, resulting in¬†multiple physical injuries, including a broken fibula, a right ankle fracture, ankle dislocation, and facial lacerations.