49-year-old Jamison Mcintyre was charged with aggravated arson after police say he set fire to his apartment knowing it was occupied, barricaded himself inside, and said he was trying to commit suicide because of girl problems.
32-year-old Amanda Mccomb was charged being a felon in possession of a weapon and possession of marijuana when police arrived at a Comfort Suites to find her with a gunshot wound that she claimed to have accidentally done to herself.
19-year-old Anthony Rivera-Perez was charged with criminal homicide and aggravated robbery when he robbed Carniceria Dominguez at gunpoint then shot his father in the neck after a dispute about money the next day, per report.
19-year-old Makya Goins was charged with 3 counts of aggravated assault of an officer with a deadly weapon and evading arrest after fleeing the scene of a burglary in a vehicle nearly hitting multiple officers and causing a vehicular accident with an uninvolved party.
45-year-old Khalid Niazi was charged with domestic assault after he punched and kicked his wife over an argument they were having.
40-year-old Robert Vander McAdory is jailed on a $36,500 bond, after telling police he buys marijuana a pound at a time, and sells it by the ounce, during the execution of a search warrant on his North Nashville home.
Compassion is something that police departments often fail at. Recognizing addiction problems, especially in our older veteran population, and helping them get treatment instead of jail, is often another. Vanderbilt Police officers are no different, and technically fall under the MNPD, as they are empowered to make arrests as “Special Police Officers,” through the authority of the Chief of Police of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County. Tuesday was a sad day for both Vanderbilt Hospital, and the Vanderbilt University Police Department, as well as the MNPD, as…