MNPD Officer Gregory Scott charged 30-year-old Kevin Sullivan with assault of an officer when he says Sullivan threw a video game controller at him during a mental health crisis, and while it did not hit him, he states he was “in fear of being hurt by the object”. Sullivan was also charged with vandalism after breaking a neighbor’s windshield with a piece of furniture, and another assault charge when he threatened to shoot the same neighbor, who says he was in fear he would follow through with the threat. Sullivan remains jailed in lieu of a $2,500 bond.
31-year-old Molly Dyer is charged with vandalism after police responded to multiple calls to the home of her and her husband, Dustin Dyer. Two hours after police left from the initial disturbance call without making any arrests, they had to return to check the welfare of the children at the home, as she began texting her husband (who has also left the home for the night) “have fun taking care of the kids”. Police arrived to find the outside grill in flames, and inside it were some personal belongings of her husband. She is free on a $2,000 bond.
41-year-old Renada Shoemake is jailed in lieu of a $2,000 bond after she showed up at her daughter’s home heavily intoxicated making allegations of child abuse against someone that confirmed to have not even been in the area for over two months. She attempted to beat down the daughter’s door, pushed in an air conditioning unit, and broke a window. Eventually, the daughter resorted to punching her mother, Renada Shoemake, in the face multiple times until she stopped.
31-year-old Devon Davis is jailed in lieu of a $3,500 bond after breaking his girlfriend’s iPhone. He reportedly also said he wished he could have hit her before he smashed her phone. Davis is charged with domestic assault and vandalism.
Metro Police say a clerk at an Antioch convenience store locked 33-year-old Brandon King inside the store when he attempted to flee with two “tall boy” cans of Twisted Tea, stating “I ain’t paying for this shit”. As the clerk retrieved the cans from the repeat offender’s possession, King busted through the glass of the locked doors, causing approximately $3,500 in damages. The amount was known, since King has busted out the doors once before, during a near-identical shoplifting attempt.
24-year-old Michael Strini was found in Downtown Nashville late Saturday night inside a car that didn’t belong to him, which he had destroyed by smashing the windshield, driver’s window, and mirror. Police say he was sweating profusely on a cool, rainy night, and left multiple dents and bloody body prints on the vehicle. He told police he had been “drinking heavily”, and later posted a $2,000 cash bond. Strini recently moved to Spring Hill, TN, where he noted on social media he was “visiting Nashville for a few months”.
22-year-old Zachary John Allor, of Michigan, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail just before 1 a.m. Friday after police say he was under the influence of an unknown intoxicant in Printers Alley. They found him rolling around on the ground, covered in soot, and eventually went on a rampage, ripping an entire bumper and headlights from a nearby vehicle. #VisitMusicCity
Nashville Jail Monday on outstanding warrants from an August incident in which he is alleged to have run his soon-to-be ex-wife off the road, followed her to her home where he doesn’t live, broke into the home, followed her up a set of stairs, tore down a door and threw it down the stairs, then destroyed the bedroom while the victim was locked in a nearby bathroom. His mother arrived at the home and scared him away from the premises, and warrants were issued for his arrest. He is free on an $18,000 bond.
25-year-old Rodesha Eady was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Sunday on an outstanding warrant which details she admitted to egging and slashing three tires on a vehicle at the Amazon warehouse on Brick Church Pike in Nashville.
27-year-old Andrew Washington called Metro Nashville police at 3 a.m. Wednesday to tell them he had busted out the windows of his girlfriend’s apartment and destroyed the living room after she left the scene after an argument. Police documented 3 glass exterior windows, a glass top table, and a large flat-screen television, were all “completely destroyed”