An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the indictment and arrest of multiple individuals stemming, from a 2019 homicide investigation in Wilson County.
33-year-old Ashley Sneed was charged with manufacture, sale, delivery of methamphetamine, and paraphernalia when officers were called to her hotel room regarding drug activity and they were able to see the paraphernalia from the door.
32-year-old Ashley Jones was charged with domestic assault after an investigation showed she had punched her husband in his eye and between the legs before threatening to call her ex-husband.
36-year-old Michelle Danihel was charged with driving under the influence when a deputy found her motionless on the roadway and had to stop sobriety tests halfway through because she could not safely complete them.
19-year-old Samuel Shind was charged with vandalism and aggravated criminal trespass when he and two juveniles broke into the Nashville Speedway to race on the track.
36-year-old Brian Chappell was charged with driving under the influence for the first time when he was found on the shoulder of I-40 with an open container and urinated trousers.
27-year-old Dustin Ols was charged with possession of methamphetamine and suboxone and tampering with evidence after an officer caught him speeding 90 in a 70. Ols was on bond out of Davidson County for a domestic assault in June.
30-year-old Julian Vasquez was charged with reckless driving and driving without a license when he veered into the path of a patrol vehicle nearly causing a head-on collision.
19-year-old Edwin Quintero-Ramirez was charged with sexual battery when a woman told a detective in April that she had been fondled by him in January.
36-year-old Randi Butler was charged with her third driving under the influence when authorities found her unresponsive behind the wheel of a running vehicle at The Goat. Butler’s social media claims she’s the Chief of Staff for Reagan/Trump advisor Arthur Laffer.