19-year-old Deontae Alexander was booked on outstanding warrants from June, which allege that on May 18, he recklessly fired a semi-automatic pistol in the densely populated MDHA housing area near 14th Avenue South & Edgehill Ave. Several citizens were in the courtyard area as he fired toward another building that was occupied at the time. Deontae is under 21 and prohibited from possessing a firearm.
20-year-old Krissy Michelle Pratt told police that when she arrived at South Hills Hospital in October with multiple gunshot wounds, she had no idea who shot her or why. She explained she was outside her car inspecting a flat tire and heard gunshots in the distance and was shot and driven to the hospital by a bystander. Believing there was more to the story, Detectives were granted a search warrant on her cell phone and account. They retrieved multiple messages between Pratt and other parties that reveal she knew all of the other parties involved, including who shot her and why and was wielding a firearm herself. A warrant was issued charging her with felony filing a false report and underage handgun possession.
45-year-old Michael Davidson, who is visiting from Mason, OH, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail early Wednesday after he was found riding the elevator at the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Nashville Downtown/The Gulch while exposing his genitals to other guests and employees for the purpose of sexual gratification, according to police. Davidson is charged with indecent exposure and public intoxication and is free on pre-trial release.
27-year-old Blake Aaron is free on pre-trial release after being charged with DUI – 2nd Offense after crashing his Nissan Sentra into another vehicle at 612 Broadway in downtown Nashville. He admitted drinking prior to the crash, and to a prior DUI in the state of Kentucky. He was unable to complete standard field sobriety tests, however, a blood draw was completed at General Hospital before he was transported to booking.
21-year-old Jordan Wharton was found in downtown Nashville walking out into traffic, extremely intoxicated, and unable to care for herself, according to Metro Police. They attempted to get her medical attention as she had also reportedly fallen, but she refused all offers for assistance. She was unable to walk or stand, so could not be left alone for her own safety. She was transported to booking, where she was charged with public intoxication.