Dajour Wreh caught with handgun,14 grams of marijuana after driving on suspended license

27-year-old Dajour Marrec Wreh was taken into custody for unlawful drug paraphernalia, driving with a suspended license, schedule VI drug violations, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony on March 24th. ¬†At 11:45 p.m. on March 23rd, officers conducted a traffic stop on a gray Ford Explorer on Providence Boulevard. Officers observed the registered owner, Wreh, had a suspended license for failing to maintain proof of financial responsibility in December 2022. When officers approached the Explorer, they noticed Wreh reeked of marijuana, giving them probable cause to search the SUV. During the search, officers located a little over a half ounce of marijuana, 14.175 grams, a digital scale, an empty box of baggies, corner bags, US currency, and a Taurus handgun. Wreh’s money was seized in accordance with the Tennessee Drug Control Act. Wreh was detained and taken into custody on March 24th.

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Sherryl Hollis drinks 40oz of alcohol near active roadway

59-year-old Sherryl Hollis was seen at a drive-through on Lowes Drive extremely intoxicated on December 7th. When officers made contact with Hollis, she had three 40 oz alcoholic beverage cans around her and was actively drinking from one of the cans. Hollis demonstrated signs of being under the influence of alcohol. She was deemed a danger to herself and others by being near an active roadway. Hollis was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.

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Siaona Banks leaves “severe bite mark” on boyfriend after stealing his wallet

Police say 27-year-old Siaona Banks was searching for her keys on February 7 just before noon. She picked up the jacket of her boyfriend, Joseph Stevenson, and began to go through the pockets when he told her the keys were in his pants pocket. She then reached into his pocket and instead took his wallet, causing a physical fight. She caused abrasions on his legs and then bit him on his shoulder, leaving a “severe bite mark,” according to officers.

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