Antonio Parham, 26, who was shot last Wednesday while approaching the front of O’Reilly Auto Parts carrying a shotgun, is now jailed on charges of aggravated assault and unlawful gun possession by a convicted felon. Artie Thomas, 29, who traveled with him and started the initial argument with the employee is WANTED.
BREAKING: David Mays, 16, is presumed armed and dangerous. He shot an Uber driver Wednesday night at the Exxon on Shelby Ave
Metro Nashville Sex Crimes detectives are working relentlessly to identify the man who late Thursday night attacked and raped a 22-year-old woman just after she arrived at the parking garage of Note 16 apartments, 1520 Horton Avenue, where she lives. The rapist is described as a black man in his 20s to 30s with a light complexion and freckles. He is approximately 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 250 pounds. He may go by the name Cory. The victim drove into the parking garage just after 11 p.m. and saw…
Metro Police arrested Elette Hinton late Saturday for her role in the assault of Party City employees in October, when her and crime partner Jalessa Jennings were caught shoplifting and employees tried to prevent them from leaving.
Investigators with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office have issued arrest warrants for three bounty hunters working for Grumpy’s Bail Bonds for assault and failure to follow state laws on bounty hunting procedures.
Quincy Brown & Calais Hill were riding a bird scooter together when Dejuan Bell opened fire on them after an argument in East Nashville. Quincy Brown died from a gunshot wound to his head. Hill escaped without injuries. Dejuan Bell is charged with 1 count homicide, & 1 count attempted homicide.
East Precinct detectives have identified convicted felon Dejuan A. Bell as one of the men involved in the November 3rd fatal shooting of Quincy Brown, 19, in the 600 block of Dew Street. An arrest warrant charging Bell, 26, with criminal homicide has been issued.
Just before 1:30 AM this morning, Erik Helffenstein, 45, was shot and killed as he chased two individuals that were burglarizing his vehicle outside his home.
Two men sought for questioning in Nashville Murder Spree
Police say that Kendall Rice, 31, was on his way to work this morning when he was gunned down by a rifle; he did not survive his injuries.