Deonte Alley caught trespassing in Vanderbilt University Medical Center

26-year-old Deonte Tavaris Alley was loitering in the main lobby of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center early January 1st. Alley advised officers that he had no reason to be on the property. Officers were notified Alley was banned from all Vanderbilt properties on December 31st. Deonte Alley was taken into custody for criminal trespassing.

#ItzNotReal — Cameron Mitchell of #ItsRealTV arrested at Vanderbilt, where he pretended to work

35-year-old Cameron Mitchell, known by many for his “ItzReal” brand of projects, including #ITzRealTV, used to create and share popular videos in Nashville, was jailed in Nashville Saturday. In addition to his branding, he often boasts about working at “two Vanderbilt departments” while wearing full head-to-toe Vanderbilt clothing and showing off his alleged international trips online. Vanderbilt Police took Mitchell into custody just before 5 a.m. Saturday after he was caught on the tenth floor going through bags of electronics. Despite telling the officers he was a Vanderbilt employee, they confirmed he had been long since terminated. Mitchel disclosed to police he was homeless and slept in the building. He retained both his employee badge and a set of master keys to the building. A stolen VUMC check was also found in his backpack.

$750,000: reported Vanderbilt settlement with family of patient killed by RaDonda Vaught

Former Vanderbilt nurse RaDonda Vaught is scheduled to be sentenced this Friday after being found guilty of criminally negligent homicide in the 2017 death of 75-year-old patient Charlene Murphey. Vaught administered the wrong drug to Murphey, bypassing multiple safeguards before injecting her with the same drug used in some lethal injections. Long before that guilty verdict, Vanderbilt Medical Center quietly settled with Murphey’s family for the loss of her life. The family reportedly received a $750,000 settlement from Vanderbilt University Medical Center — a number that was confidential until now.

Teen charged with vehicular assault after admitting in ER that he was drinking before accident

19-year-old Yehiys Nigatu was charged with vehicular assault after he hit another driver head-on and spontaneously admitted, in front of MNPD in the emergency room, to drinking a quarter of a bottle of vodka before driving.

Woman found dead at car accident; driver flees on foot and turns himself in the next day

38-year-old Kenneth Patton was charged with leaving the scene of an injury accident when police found the passenger of a car accident deceased. The driver fled the scene on foot and turned himself in the next day.

63-year-old charged with assault of Vanderbilt Nurse who prevented her from leaving the hospital

63-year-old Fayette Hereford is charged with assault of a healthcare provider who prevented her from leaving the hospital against medical advice. Nurse Katie Crumbly says she was struck in the shoulder by the patient in an elevator. VUPD returned the patient to her room.

Vanderbilt Neuro ICU Nurse presented to work high on Fentanyl, says Nursing Board

The Board of Nursing has agreed to allow RN Alicia Kisselbaugh to return to work on probationary status as of last month, per a disciplinary report released last week. In November, she presented to work as a Neuro ICU nurse with her eyes rolled back in her head, sweaty, with a flushed face, and tested positive for Fentanyl.