VIDEO: Nashville Police pummel Black man on ground during drug arrest

25-year-old Emanuel Gage was charged with driving on suspended, resisting arrest, possession of methamphetamines and cocaine, drug paraphernalia, felony drug offense, possession of a firearm during a felony, and unlawful possession of a weapon.

Man chucks rock at Citgo door until it shatters, claims he made a bad choice that night

47-year-old Wayne Kyle was charged with burglary and vandalism after video surveillance showed him pulling up to a Citgo gas station, repeatedly throwing a rock at the glass door until it shattered, and attempting to unlock the door.

Antioch woman caught on camera destroying her long-time friend’s home

28-year-old Shamonta Booker was charged with aggravated burglary when the neighbor of the residence that was burglarized showed police video of Booker entering a home and leaving.

Metro Council candidate Matthew DelRossi charged with destroying neighbor’s camera with a pickaxe

Matthew Delrossi remains jailed, unable to post a $2,500 bond after he was arrested Saturday, charged with throwing shovels, fishing poles, and a pickaxe to break a neighbor’s security camera. The entire event was recorded, along with a Facebook live rant prior to the event.

$3 million lawsuit filed in Antioch Captain D’s ice-throwing assault

A newly filed $3,000,000.00 lawsuit alleges an Antioch Captain D’s restaurant manager, Shanera Jones, assaulted a customer by throwing a glass of ice on him. The lawsuit, filed this week in Davidson County Circuit Court, alleges Captain D’s employee Shanera Jones threw a cup of ice at the Plaintiff, Herman Hunter, in a “harmful and offensive manner” intended to cause “apprehension of imminent harmful or offensive contact”. The civil suit does not specify what led up to the incident between the manager and customer. The alleged incident happened at the…

Uber Driver James Henneberg – Driving Distracted?

Nashville Uber Driver James Henneberg often posts “live” video streams to his social media.. and while this is a grey area of the law if the phone is in a cradle and being operated hands-free – once the phone is in your hand and you are using functions on the screen and reading the screen and interacting with viewers, it is almost always as situation that law enforcement would consider “distracted driving”.. in fact, very recently some agencies, such as the THP have started to use the distracted driving law…