Friday Bail Out Report: East Nashville 09/08

11 of our our East Nashville friends and neighbors were bailed out of jail in Nashville on Friday. Bonds posted on 09/08 with a 37206, 37207, or 37216 home ZIP code.

DEFENDANT STREET ZCODE CHARGE2
Blacksmith, Rodell PORTER RD 37206 Asl, Dom Bod Inju
Crutcher, Tamala MYRTLE ST 37206 Agg Assault – Deadly Weapon
Crutcher, Tamala MYRTLE ST 37206 Vandalism $1,000 or less
Crutcher, Tamala MYRTLE ST 37206 Asl, Dom Bod Inju
Porter, Gladys S 5TH ST 37206 Drug-Free Sch.Zone
Davis, Deanthony N 5TH ST 37207 Poss.or Casual Exch.
Ellison, Dashawn CREEKWOOD DR 37207 Fel. C/S
Ellison, Dashawn CREEKWOOD DR 37207 Unl.Use Dr. Paraph.
Ellison, Dashawn CREEKWOOD DR 37207 Poss.or Casual Exch.
Ellison, Dashawn CREEKWOOD DR 37207 Driv. Lic. Suspended
Ellison, Dashawn CREEKWOOD DR 37207 Gambling
Hodges, Rontraivion WILLOW CREEK RD 37207 Asl, Dom Bod Inju
Jackson, Jamarious JOSEPH AVE 37207 Poss.w/int.-Sch.VI
Jackson, Jamarious JOSEPH AVE 37207 Res. Arr.
Jackson, Jamarious JOSEPH AVE 37207 Revoked License, 2nd Off
Jackson, Jamarious JOSEPH AVE 37207 Poss.or Casual Exch.
Jackson, Jamarious JOSEPH AVE 37207 Misd. Evading Arrest
Jordan, Johnnie BRICK DR 37207 DUI
Jordan, Johnnie BRICK DR 37207 DUI
Jordan, Johnnie BRICK DR 37207 Driv. Lic. Revoked
Jordan, Johnnie BRICK DR 37207 Poss. of Revoked Lic.
Jordan, Johnnie BRICK DR 37207 DUI-2nd Off.
Kelly, Eltron GROVER ST 37207 Interference w/911 call
Kelly, Eltron GROVER ST 37207 Asl, Dom Bod Inju
Patterson, Jasmine HIGHLAND TRACE DR 37207 Theft over $1,000
Wallace, Kristin DICKERSON PIKE 37207 Agg Assault – Deadly Weapon

DEFENDANT: Jasmine Patterson

Ms. Jasmine Patterson acted like she rang up $1024.00 in merchandise form Children’s place in Rivergate Mall. She never paid for the items and left the store with the items. She was an employee when this occurred. The dates of the thefts were Aug 20th and Sept 1st 2017. The theft was discovered by Ms. Wheeles on Sept. 3rd REF GPD 17-31337

 

DEFENDANT: Tamala E Crutcher

Officers responded to xxx Lester Ave. on a call of a domestic situation. Victim One stated that the suspect used to stay at the residence but had not been seen in two weeks. The suspect returned to the location to collect her belongings without the knowledge of the victim. The suspect banged on the door until the victim answered. Victim One opened the door and told the suspect she needed to leave. The suspect then shoved Victim One back into the residence and grabbed two knives. The suspect then held the knives in the air and continued to shove Victim One back into the residence with the knives pointed at her. Victim One stated that she was in fear of bodily harm at the time. While pushing Victim One, the suspect knocked over a wooden chair, destroying it in the process. The suspect grabbed some of the belongings and attempted to leave. Victim Two (son of Victim One) then followed the suspect to try and close the door. The suspect then grabbed Victim Two in the hallway. Victim Two was punched in the crotch while Victim One was on the phone with dispatch. The suspect was still on scene when police arrived. She stated that she was there to collect her belongings. She denied that anything physical took place and that it was a misunderstanding. Due to the statements made by both victims, as well as the broken chair found on the scene with the two knives, it was determined that the suspect was the primary aggressor. She was taken into custody and prosecuted by police on behalf of the victims.

DEFENDANT: Gladys Denise Porter, 53

East CSU detectives conducted a buy takedown using a reliable confidential informant (xxxx xxxx). Detective Nelson was working U/C with the ci posing as a buyer for $60.00 worth of crack cocaine. Other detectives were in the area providing close surveillance and monitoring the wire. I pulled into the alley at Neil Ave and Main st. The defendant’s co-defendant wilson approached the vehicle. The ci told her that we were looking to buy 60. Wilson got into the vehicle and said she could get 60 from her friend Glady’s. (After the arrests Glady’s was found out to be the defendant Glady’s Porter.) Wilson made a call to the defendant and placed the order. I was told by the Wilson to got to the end of S 6th st near fatherland to meet the defendant. After waiting about five minutes the Wilson called the defendant back. I was told by the Wilson to drive to the Mapco located at 712 Main st. While waiting for the defendant to show up the Wilson started calling another one of her contacts to set up the deal. I was instructed by the Wilson to drive back to S 6th near fatherland. While waiting on S. 6th st Wilson called the defendant back. I was told by the Wilson that the defenadant was a few minutes away from the Mapco. I drove back to 712 Main st and waited a few minutes. The defendant walked up from behind my vehicle and signaled for the Wilson. The ci gave the defendant $60.00 of previously photocopied buy money. The defendant and Wilson walked behind the Mapco in the alley. I could see the Wilson give the defendant the buy money. The defendant retrieved a plastic baggie from her pocket and handed the rocks to Wilson. Wilson walked to the ci and handed the rocks to the ci. They both walked back to the vehicle and the ci handed me two white rocks. I gave the takedown signal and the defendant’s were taken into custody. Detective Jones retrieved the buy money from the defendant. The defendant also had .3 grams of marijuana and a partially smoked marijuana roach on her person. The white rocks field tested positive for cocaine base. This incident took place within 1000ft of Meigs Middle Magnet located at 713 Ramsey Street.

DEFENDANT: Dashawn Lemonte Ellison

the defendant sold 1.1 grams of crack cocaine to a reliable confidential informant at a market located at the intersection of Garfield Street and Delta Avenue. The operation was audio and video recorded.

DEFENDANT: Jamarious D Jackson

I SPOTTED THE DEFENDANT LEAVING A PARKING LOT WITHOUT ANY HEADLIGHTS OR TAIL LIGHTS ON AT NIGHT. I FOLLOWED THE VEHICLE OUT OF THE PARKING LOT, PREPARING TO MAKE A TRAFFIC STOP, BUT THE VEHICLE PULLED INTO THE GAS STATION ACROSS THE STREET, AND THE DEFENDANT QUICKLY GOT OUT AND WALKED INTO THE GAS STATION. I APPROACHED THE DEFENDANT AS HE WAS EXITING THE GAS STATION STORE AND INQUIRED ABOUT THE HEADLIGHTS. THE DEFENDANT STATED THAT THE LIGHTS WORK AND HE JUST FORGOT TO TURN THEM ON. THE DEFENDANT ENTERED THE VEHICLE TO TURN THE LIGHTS ON, AND WHEN HE OPENED THE DOOR, A STRONG ODOR OF MARIJUANA WAS OBSERVED. AT THAT POINT THE DEFENDANT WAS ASKED FOR HIS ID AND ASKED IF ANY MARIJUANA WAS IN THE VEHICLE. THE DEEFENDANT STATED HE HAD NO ID AND JUST WANTED TO GO INSIDE AND BUY HIS GAS. HE WAS INFORMED THAT HE WAS NOT FREE TO LEAVE AS I WAS INVESTIGATING WHY THERE IS AN ODOR OF MARIJUANA IN THE VEHICLE. THE DEFENDANT THEN SAT BACK IN THE VEHICLE AND BEGAN REACHING IN THE CENTER CONSOLE. I GAVE COMMANDS TO GET OUT OF THE VEHICLE AND STOP REACHING. HE REFUSED. I THEN GRABBED THE DEFENDANT’S ARM TO PULL HIM OUT AND HE PUSHED ME BACK AND TOOK OFF RUNNING. AFTER CHASING AND APPREHENDING THE DEFENDANT, A LARGE QUANTITY OF MARIJUANA AND SOME COCAINE WAS FOUND LYING NEXT TO HIM ON THE GROUND WHERE HE FELL. THERE WERE THREE PLASTIC BAGS OF MARIJUANA, A PILL BOTTLE WITH MARIJUANA, AND A SMALL BAGGIE OF A WHITE POWDERY SUBTANCE. THE WHITE POWDERY SUBSTANCE FIELD TESTED POSITIVE FOR COCAINE. THE DEFENDANT ALSO ADMITTED UNDER MIRANDA THAT THE SUBSTANCE WAS COCAINE. HE ALSO ADMITTED THAT THE MARIJUANA WAS HIS AND THAT HE HAD GRABBED IT OUT OF THE CENTER CONSOLE BEFORE HE TOOK OFF RUNNING. THE MARIJUANA WEIGHED IN AT 60.5 GRAMS AND THE COCAINE WEIGHED IN AT 1.5 GRAMS. THE DEFENDANT ALSO HAD A SIGNIFICANT QUANTITY OF SMALL BILLS (FIVES AND ONES) AS WELL AS TWO CELL PHONES, BOTH ARE INDICATORS OF SELLING. THE DEFENDANT STATED THAT ONE OF THE PHONES WAS FOR BUSINESS BUT WOULD NOT STATE THE NATURE OF HIS BUSINESS. AFTER RUNNING THE DEFENDANT’S INFORMATION THROUGH ARMS, IT WAS DISCOVERED THAT THE DEFENDANT’S DRIVER’S LICENSE STATUS WAS REVOKED. THE PARKING LOT THAT THE DEFENDANT WAS SEEN LEAVING WAS FOR THE HIGH FIVE BAR ON W TRINITY LN WHICH IS A LOCATION WHERE DRUGS ARE COMMONLY BOUGHT AND SOLD.

DEFENDANT: Johnnie B Jordan

The defendant was observed operating a black Cadillac and stopped by Officer Wesley McClelland for stopping in traffic to make a left turn without signaling. While waiting to make a turn, the defendant’s vehicle caused other vehicles to have to stop in traffic and oncoming traffic was also not warned of the defendant’s intent to turn as it passed. The defendant smelled of ingested alcoholic beverages, had watery red eyes, was slurring his speech to the point of being difficult to understand, and admitted drinking. In the defendant’s vehicle, officers located an open container containing beer and a small amount of powder contain. The vehicle’s passenger had a pipe consistent with use for the ingestion of cocaine on his person and stated that the defendant handed it to them when they were stopped. The defendant had difficulty maintaining his balance while speaking with officers. He consented to perform field sobriety tasks and showed significant indicators of impairment on the horizontal gaze nystagmus task and the walk and turn task. He began to attempt to perform the one leg stand task, then stated that he was unable to do so due to having back surgery. The defendant was placed under arrest for DUI and read the Implied Consent advisory. Due to the defendant’s obvious considerable impairment and the presence of cocaine in the vehicle, officers asked the defendant to consent to a blood test. The defendant replied by saying, “Hell fucking no.” After transporting the defendant to DCSO booking, officers allowed him to exit the rear seat of the patrol vehicle. As he did so, he attempted to strike Officer Lefler in the face with his left elbow while saying, “Get back bitch.” However, due to his intoxication and the fact that he was handcuffed, he failed to actually make contact. The defendant continued to forcefully pull away from officers as they escorted him into booking and failed to stop resisting until actually turned over to DCSO booking staff.

DEFENDANT: ELTRON ANTONIO KELLY Jr.

Victim and suspect used to be in a dating relationship. Against her better judgement, the victim made arrangements to meet the suspect at the Kroger parking lot located at 5502 Old Hickory Blvd., to talk about “things”. While at the location, the two began to argue, and the suspect stood in front of the victim’s car door refusing to allow her to leave. The victim was able to grab her phone from the vehicle and started to call 911, when the suspect took the phone from her and began scrolling through it. The suspect found a message from another man, which made him more angry, at which point he threw her phone. The victim then grabbed her work phone from the vehicle and attempted to call 911 again. The suspect slapped the phone from her hand and grabbed her arm, spun her around, and threw her up against his vehicle. The victim stated that she saw an unknown man in the parking lot and asked for his help. That individual told the suspect that he was a federal agent, and the suspect needed to give the victim back her property and allow her to leave. The victim got her phones back, left the location, went home and called police to file a report. There were no visible injuries noticed by responding officers at the time, but the victim stated that she suffers from anemia, and more than likely, she would have bruising in a few days. Domestic Violence Division Detective Hummell and Lopez went to the victim’s place of employment and photographed bruising to her arm and stomach, consistant with an assault.

DEFENDANT: Kristin N Wallace

ON 09/08/2017 RESPONDED TO A REPORT OF TWO INDIVIDUALS FIGHTING. UPON ARRIVAL OFFICERS MADE CONTACT WITH THE DEFENDANT AND THE VICTIM. THE VICTIM STATED THE ARGUMENT BEGAN WHEN THE DEFENDANT BEGAN HITTING HIS VEHICLES WINDOW TO GET HIS ATTENTION. THE VICTIM STATED HE EXITED THE VEHICLE TO CONFRONT THE DEFENDANT. THE VICTIM STATED WHEN HE MADE CONTACT WITH THE DEFENDANT SHE HIT HIM IN THE UPPER BODY AREA. THE VICTIM STATED HE SHOVED THE DEFENDANT TO CREATE SPACE BETWEEN THE TWO. THE VICTIM STATED AT THIS TIME THE DEFENDANT PULLED A KNIFE OUT AND HELD IT TOWARDS THE VICTIM. PD WAS ABLE TO VERIFY THE VICTIM’S STATEMENTS VIA A WITNESS WHO WAS PARKED BEHIND THE VICTIM AT THE TIME OF THE ASSAULT, AS WELL AS ON PREMISE CAMERA FOOTAGE. PD RECOVERED THE KNIFE FROM THE DEFENDANT WHO ADMITTED TO PULLING THE KNIFE ON THE VICTIM WHEN PD FIRST RESPONDED. THE KNIFE WAS HANDED INTO THE MNPD PROPERTY SECTION. THE SUSPECT ADMITTED TO HITTING THE VICTIM FIRST.

 

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