Saturday/Sunday Bail Out Report: East Nashville 09/23 & 09/24

12 of our our East Nashville friends and neighbors were bailed out of jail in Nashville on Saturday/Sunday. Bonds posted on 09/23 & 9/24  with a 37206, 37207, or 37216 home ZIP code.

DEFENDANT STREET ZCODE CHARGE2
Baugher, Seth BRITTANY DR 37206 DUI
Maki, Paul BELLE FORREST AVE 37206 DUI- 3rd Off.
Threadgill, Joseph PENNINGTON AVE 37206 Poss.w/int.-Sch. II <.5 grams
Threadgill, Joseph PENNINGTON AVE 37206 Poss.or Casual Exch.-Prior
Bass, Markeith SETTER CT 37207 Assault of Officer
Brooks, Justin WHITES CREEK PIKE 37207 Theft o/$10,000
Brooks, Justin WHITES CREEK PIKE 37207 Evading Arrest-Mtr.Veh.
Griggs, Michael DALEMERE DR 37207 Poss.or Casual Exch.
Hughes, Al SUNSET CIR 37207 Harassment
Johnson, Jessica WHITES CREEK PIKE 37207 No Driver’s License
Mcdaniels, Gregory RAINWOOD DR 37207 Harassment
Mcdaniels, Gregory RAINWOOD DR 37207 Agg. Burg.
Perry, Terrance N 2ND ST 37207 No Driver’s License
Perry, Terrance N 2ND ST 37207 Poss.w/int.-Sch.VI
Perry, Terrance N 2ND ST 37207 Unl.Use Dr. Paraph.
Vullanki, Pavan N 6TH ST 37207 No Driver’s License
Harris, Emma EMERSON ST 37216 Assault

 

DEFENDANT: Emma F Harris

the victim reported to police that she was standing at the Litton Market at 2900 Gallatin Pike. The defendant attacked her, punching and kicking her. She was also scratched in several places.
The victim drove herself to Skyline Hospital where she was treated for a bruise on her forehead as well as scratches and soreness to her neck.
I was assigned the case. I attempted to pull video from the market but they have been uncooperative.
I also interviewed the defendant. She admitted to “whipping the victim’s ass”. She said they are former neighbors. The victim had thrown a cigarette at her in the past. They have had an ongoing feud. She admitted that she assaulted the victim because of their prior issues. This interview was audio recorded and preserved by police.

DEFENDANT: Seth Andrew Baugher

I noticed a vehicle fail to stop for the flashing red lights on N 11th at Gartland Avenue and Gallatin Avenue. I conducted a traffic stop and spoke with the driver, Mr. Baugher. I noticed his eyes were bloodshot and watery. After he stopped smoking, I noticed the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. He stated he had consumed two drinks. I asked Mr. Baugher to perform SFST and noticed indicators of impairment. I took him into custody and asked him to read the implied consent form. He consented to a breath test, registering 0.157% BAC.

DEFENDANT: Paul D Maki

On 9-24-2017 reporting officer while on patrol observed a red BMW with a temporary license plate which had been involved in an accident. The front right tire was blown and the right front rim was damaged as well as the right front bumper. I was able to make contact with the driver, Mr. Paul Maki. Mr. Maki had glossy red shot eyes, slurred speech and had a strong odor of alcohol. I administered Field Sobriety Tasks of which I got 5 indicators during the standing nystagmus. Mr. Maki was unable to finish the walk and turn and the one leg stand.
At that point Mr. Maki was then taken into custody. Mr. Maki was read his rights at 0454 hours and stated he understood them. Mr. Maki then stated he refused to answer any questions without an attorney.
A run of Mr. Maki’s record on the ARMS system showed two previous DUI convictions in Tennessee. Mr.Maki then stated that he did not consent to a blood draw without a search warrant.

DEFENDANT: Joseph Threadgill

I recieved a complaint that drugs were being sold from xxxDellway villa #xxx. Myself and other flex officers’ went and I knocked on the door and spoke with the owner Ms. xxx. I explained to her that I had the complaint of drugs being sold from this residence, and asked for consent to search the residence. She read the consent to search her residence form, and signed it. During the search in the back closet we located a plastic bag that contained 8 bags of marijuana totaling 69.5 grams, a bag containing 6.1 grams of cocaine, and 5 endoset pills. On the tv there was a set of digital scales and one ecstasy pill. Everyone who was in the residence were read their miranda rights, and all stated that they understood their rights. Mr. Threadgill stated that all the drugs were his and that the homeowner had nothing to do with it.

DEFENDANT: Marketh Bass

Officers were at 4600 Setter Ct due to a loud distrubance inside the residence in which it sounded like numerous people were fighting. The defendant then became loud and aggressive towards officers, once we were allowed inside by one of the residents. He was the asked to back up and have a seat on the couch to help calm the situation. The defendant then yelled, “I’m the boss” while he turned around in an aggressive manner swatting my flashlight out of my hand. He then pushed me with his body and arms. He was then taken into custody due to the likelihood the offense would continue.

DEFENDANT: Justin Chadwick Brooks

Subject was the driver of a motorcycle who was ordered to stop and refused to do so. Subject was stopped a short time later on the interstate. A VIN check of the motorcycle revealed the motorcycle was stolen out of Davidson County in 2013. The motorcycle did not belong to the operator.

DEFENDANT: Keith L Durrett

ON 09/17/2017 OFFICERS RESPONDED TO xxx CARTER ST TO SPEAK WITH THE VICTIM REGARDING SOME TEXT MESSAGES AND PHONE CALLS SHE WAS RECEIVING FROM HER HUSBAND, WHOM SHE IS SEPARATED FROM. THE VICTIM STATED THAT THE DEFENDANT HAS BEEN SENDING HER MESSAGES TELLING HER THAT HE IS NOT GONNA LET HER BE HAPPY IF SHE LEAVES HIM. THE VICTIM HAS ASKED THE DEFENDANT REPEATEDLY TO STOP SENDING HER THOSE MESSAGES AND PHONE CALLS, WHICH SHE HAS RECEIVED SEVERAL TIMES. THE VICTIM TOLD OFFICERS THAT HE CALLED HER TODAY AND TOLD HER THAT HE WOULD KILL HER. THE VICTIM FELT THAT THE DEFENDANT WAS INTIMIDATING AND THREATENING HER WITH THE REPEATED UNWANTED TEXT MESSAGES AND PHONE CALLS.

DEFENDANT: Gregory Dean Mcdaniels

ON 09/24/2017 OFFICERS WERE DISPATCHED TO A BURGLARY CALL AT THE LISTED LOCATION. UPON ARRIVAL, OFFICER SPOKE WITH (VICTIM) WHO STATED THAT HER EX BOYFRIEND GREGORY (DEFENDANT) WAS ATTEMPTING TO BREAK IN HER HOUSE. WHEN OFFICERS ARRIVED THE DEFENDANT FLED THE SCENE BUT OFFICERS FOUND THE WINDOW SCREEN REMOVED AND SIGNS THAT THE OTHER SCREEN WAS BEING FORCED AS HE WAS TRYING TO MAKE HIS WAY THROUGH THE BATHROOM WINDOW. AS SOON AS OFFICERS LEFT THE SCENE, THE DEFENDANT RETURNED TO THE HOME AND CONTINUED TO FORCE HIS WAY INSIDE THE HOME. THE VICTIM WAS ON THE PHONE WITH DISPATCH AND THEY COULD HEAR THE DEFENDANT YELLING AND TRYING TO GET IN.OFFICERS DROVE BACK TO THE LOCATION AND SPOTTED A MALE THAT WAS DRIVING OFF FROM THE LOCATION. THE VEHICLE AND DESCRIPTION OF THE DRIVER FITTED THE DESCRIPTION OF THE SUSPECT AND OFFICERS PROCEEDED TO MAKE A TRAFFIC STOP AND FURTHER IVESTIGATE. WHILE OFFICERS WERE WITH THE VICTIM, THE DEFENDANT WAS HARASSING THE VICTIM OVER THE PHONE EVEN AFTER SHE TOLD HIM TO STOP CALLING HER. OFFICER FRAZIER WAS PRESENT AND OVERHEARD THE CONVERSATION. THE DEFENDANT CALLED BACK SECOND LATER, EVEN AFTER BEING TOLD OVER AND OVER NOT TO CONTACT THE VICTIM. THE DEFENDANT HAS PREVIOUSLY ATTEMPTED TO BREAK IN HIS EX GIRLFRIEND’S HOUSE AND WAS ARRESTED FOR IT IN 2014.

DEFENDANT: Terrance D Perry

OFFICERS RECEIVED A CALL OF AN INDIVIDUAL SITTING OUTSIDE THEIR HOUSE THAT THEY DID NOT KNOW. OFFICERS ARRIVED ON SCENE AND OBSERVED THE DEFENDANT SITTING INSIDE HIS VEHICLE AT xxx SLAYTON DR. UPON MAKING CONTACT WITH THE DEFENDANT THERE WAS A STRONG ODOR OF MARIJUANA EMITTING FROM THE VEHICLE. THE DEFENDANT ADMITTED THAT HE WAS SMOKING IN THE BACK SEAT. A SEARCH OF THE VEHICLE YIELDED A MARIJUANA BLUNT WHERE THE DEFENDANT HAD STATED IT WAS LOCATED. A DIGITAL SCALE WITH MARIJUANA RESIDUE ON IT WAS LOCATED ABOVE THE GEAR SHIFT. INSIDE THE MIDDLE CONSOLE WAS A JAR CONTAINING 18 GRAMS OF MARIJUANA. THE DEFENDANT ALSO HAD AN OUTSTANDING WARRANT THAT WAS VERIFIED THROUGH THE MNPD WARRANTS DIVISION. THE DEFENDANT WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY AND TRANSPORTED TO BOOKING WITHOUT INCIDENT.

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