Prentice Keeley & Sabra Fitts-Keeley now face charges in both Nashville and Lebanon after months of drug charges and Grand Jury Indictments in two counties. A Search of their Nashville hotel room netted pills, digital scales, one-half pound of marijuana, and a revolver.
Midtown Hills Precinct Officer Conner Harris has been decommissioned and assigned to desk duty as the result of his arrest for DUI Sunday morning in Wilson County. Harris, 32, a 6-year MNPD veteran, was stopped by a Wilson County Sheriff’s deputy on I-40 while traveling between 40 mph and 50 mph in a 70 mph zone. The deputy reported that Harris had red watery eyes, slurred speech, and displayed indicators of impairment during the administration of Standard Field Sobriety Tasks. A blood sample from Harris will be tested by the…
35-year-old Matthew S. Dies, of Lebanon, is jailed on a $10,000 bond this morning in Nashville, charged with felony theft. Police say he stole a wedding ring from a home in August, when he went to work with his girlfriend, who is a housekeeper in East Nashville.
A 30-year-old Mt. Juliet woman, Brittany Morgan Crain-Hutchison, was arrested by Metro Nashville Police early Sunday morning, when on the way home to Mt. Juliet from a downtown Nashville bar. Police say she began to cry and stated she knew what was going to happen as she refused field sobriety tests.
Kendall Barron, a local 30-year-old Instagram influencer, finds herself in jail again this morning, charged with aggravated stalking after she broke her bond conditions set in March, when she was charged with theft of her ex-girlfriend’s dog, which still hasn’t been returned.
Local Instagram influencer Kendall Barron arrested, charged with stealing a $580 dog, refusing to return it. She said “I will throw the hype dog across the room”, per arrest warrant.
MNPD, Lebanon PD, and the WCSO all worked together to take down 30-year-old heroin distributor Isaiah Richard Gates Tuesday, and his uber driver, Tariku Bulit, after a long-term investigation. During the arrest, Gates ripped open a large bag of powder heroin in an attempt to destroy the evidence, and several officers were exposed to the the heroin.
Rachelle Clark entered a Nashville Kroger on Old Hickory Boulevard in Hermitage, loaded $245.24 of merchandise into a shopping cart, and pushed it out the door without even attempting to pay.