Hellen Negash evades arrest after driving to church with expired tags

34-year-old Hellen Negash was seen evading arrest at an intersection near Highway 76 on April 6th. Officers initiated a traffic stop with both lights and sirens on because they observed a vehicle with an expired Tennessee license plate. Negash picked up speed and traveled southeast on Highway 76. After officers contacted the vehicle’s owner, Filmon Gebrezgi, Negash’s husband, he stated she was using the vehicle that day to drive to church. Officers also contacted Negash, who admitted to being the vehicle’s operator at the time of the incident. Negash was taken into custody for evading arrest and driving an unregistered vehicle.

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Patrick Booker caught with crack pipe at his mother’s house

37-year-old Patrick Booker was caught violating his order of protection at his mother’s house on Abner Drive on April 7th. When officers arrived, they came to see that Booker was asleep in his car. Once Booker rolled over, he revealed that he was lying on a “crack” pipe and a marijuana blunt. Patrick Booker was taken into custody and charged with probation violation, joyriding, evading arrest, simple possession/casual exchange, and unlawful drug paraphernalia.

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Quintez Brown flees police after shoplifting at Walmart, tells police “What did I do!”

24-year-old Quintez Brown was caught shoplifting from the Walmart on Fort Campbell Boulevard on June 19th, 2023. Officers made contact with Brown, who was stationary inside a grey Honda Accord until he saw them. Officers then attempted to instruct Brown to stop driving multiple times, but he kept driving and yelling, “What did I do!” Officers lost sight of Brown after he turned out of the parking lot. Shortly after losing sight of Brown, law enforcement received a call about the same vehicle running a red light on Fort Campbell Boulevard. The car also swerved into oncoming traffic to get around other vehicles at Providence Boulevard and Peachers Mill. During the investigation of the incident, it was revealed that the car’s registered owner was Ravette Wade. When officers searched “Ravette Wade Davidson County,” they found a court case involving Wade and four different males. Using this, law enforcement confirmed that one of the men was the driver who fled from them. Quintez Brown was taken into custody and charged with evading arrest and reckless driving on March 31st, 2024.

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Keith Jones pulls pants down, exposes himself while trying to enter stranger’s home

40-year-old Keith Jones was caught trying to break into a home at Glenndon Allen Drive on March 17th. When officers arrived, they were instructed to go to the backyard, where they found Jones. Jones took off as they turned the corner, and a brief foot chase ensued. After catching Jones, he was taken to the ground and placed in custody. While walking him to the car, he could barely stand due to being heavily intoxicated. Officers made contact with the victim, who stated that Jones was trying to enter their residence. The victim informed officers that while Jones was attempting to get inside, he pulled his pants down and exposed his genitals through the glass door. Officers proceeded to transport Keith Jones to booking, where he was charged with indecent exposure, public intoxication, and evading arrest.

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Patrick Booker steals mother’s Land Rover and flees from police

37-year-old Patrick Booker was caught joyriding in his mother’s white Land Rover on March 13th. Booker’s mother contacted officers and informed them that Booker had knowingly taken her vehicle without permission and would be in the Summit Heights area. She also advised that she was afraid of her son and didn’t know what he was capable of doing to her. Officers located the vehicle, but it sped off down Woodmont before they could conduct a traffic stop. An officer later found the Land Rover back in the Summit Heights area. As the officer approached the vehicle, a black male and a white female jumped from the back seat into the front seats. The officer identified the male as Patrick Booker and advised him to step out of the vehicle multiple times. Booker continuously said, “What for?” and “I didn’t do anything.” As Booker made those statements, he fumbled with different controls on the Land Rover until he set off the car alarm and popped the trunk before finally getting the vehicle in drive and speeding off. Patrick Booker was eventually found, taken into custody, and charged with joyriding and evading arrest.

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Michael Posey causes over $1000 in damages to girlfriend’s car

21-year-old Michael Posey was involved in an altercation with his girlfriend, Zilayzha Gilliam, at the Cumberland Manor Apartments on February 20th. When officers arrived, they observed Posey in a gold Nissan Versa with the front bumper hanging off the frame. Officers told Posey to exit the vehicle. He complied, but once he got out, he took off, and a short foot chase commenced. An officer chased Posey to Gilliam’s apartment, where he was taken into custody. While the officer was there, Gilliam informed him that she and Posey were in an argument. During the argument, Posey told her that he was going to “mess up her car.” The officer observed that Gilliam’s car seemed to have damage that would amount to more than $1000. Multiple witnesses stated they had seen Posey ram his vehicle into another.

Two hours after the arrest, officers caught Posey throwing a chair against the wall inside the interview room. As a result, the chair leg was bent, and several holes were created in the wall.

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Diontre Franklin crashes car fleeing from police during traffic stop, caught with multiple drugs

24-year-old Diontre Franklin was involved in a head-on collision at the intersection of Needmore Road and Pin Oak Road on December 28th, 2023. An officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on Franklin because his tail lights were not functioning. Franklin fled the stop at a high rate of speed but swerved out of his lane and hit a motorist head-on. 15.8 grams of Fentanyl were found on his person, along with $440 in cash. Franklin also had a pill bottle with the prescription torn off that contained oxycodone pills and Adderall substitute pills. Diontre Franklin was taken into custody and charged with evading arrest, possession without prescription, due care, suspended license, light law, and two counts of Schedule II drugs.

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Travis Skelton flees from police in green Ford Explorer

37-year-old Travis Skelton was involved in a domestic altercation at Heatherwood Trace on January 6th. Once the altercation ended, Skelton left the house in a green Ford Explorer. Officers observed his vehicle leaving the residence and turning onto Kennedy Lane. An officer quickly turned around and began to follow Skelton, turning their emergency on equipment to initiate a traffic stop. Skelton continued toward Westfield Court and ignored the officers behind him. The officer in pursuit attempted to catch up to the vehicle but lost sight of it as Skelton approached the intersection at Kennedy Lane and Westfield Court. The officers on the scene obtained and provided vehicle registration for Skelton’s Ford Explorer. Travis Skelton was taken into custody and charged with evading arrest on January 13th.

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Aaron Fletcher charged after leading police on high-speed chase

26-year-old Aaron Fletcher was jailed after police observed him speeding down Donna Drive on December 13th. Fletcher also failed to stop at a stop sign, and police attempted a traffic stop on his silver 2016 Chrysler 200. Fletcher sped off, initiating a high-speed chase. Fletcher weaved in and out of traffic and ran multiple red lights from Donna Road to Park Lane, where he came to a complete stop. Fletcher then exited the vehicle and fled on foot. The car door was left open, and deputies saw a clear baggie containing marijuana in plain sight. Next to that was a wallet containing Fletcher’s Driver’s License, which was suspended. Fletcher was arrested five days later, on December 18th.

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David St Romain calls police on reckless driver, gets arrested for reckless driving

46-year-old David St Romain was booked on an outstanding warrant for recklessly driving on September 15th, 2022, at Rossview Road. David St Romain called the police, reporting a vehicle that passed him for reckless driving. Romain then sped up to the vehicle that passed him as both turned onto Dunbar Cave Road, causing them to nearly crash due to Romain’s reckless driving. The officer then attempted to initiate a traffic stop on Romain. Thinking the officer was going to stop the vehicle he had initially reported, Romain pulled over enough to wave for the officer to pass him. Once Romain realized the officer was pulling him over instead, he continued to drive, evading the traffic stop initiated on him despite the 911 operator advising him to pull over. The officer turned off his lights and sirens and followed him for two minutes but ceased the chase after recognizing the vehicles would not stop.

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18-year-old Alyssa Aldridge ignores officers, claims “she was not doing anything wrong”

18-year-old Alyssa Aldridge was caught evading arrest at Providence Boulevard and Peachers Mill Road on December 5th. A traffic stop was conducted because of the tint of Aldridge’s car, but she did not stop even after the officer activated both his lights and sirens. The officer continued to follow Aldridge to the said locations but discontinued the pursuit due to the department’s pursuit policy. The officer then determined where Aldridge resided, so he drove there as another means of apprehending her. When he arrived at the location, he noticed the same car he had attempted to conduct a traffic stop on earlier parked at the residence. When the officer contacted Aldridge, she first stated that she did not stop because she was not doing anything wrong, but Aldridge later said that she didn’t stop because she couldn’t find a good place to pull over. Aldridge’s window tint was tested and read to be 16%, lower than the legal limit of Tennessee, which is set at 35%. Aldridge was taken into custody and charged with evading arrest.

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Jerry Saunders attempts to evade arrest, hides behind building

28-year-old Jerry Saunders was seen evading arrest at Nolan Road on November 29th. Officers received a report that there was a domestic altercation occurring at Saunders’s home. When they made contact with Saunders, they noticed that he smelled of marijuana and that there wasn’t anyone else in the area. But when officers attempted to search Saunders, he tried to run away and hide behind the building. After a short chase, officers were able to detain Saunders. Officers followed Saunders’s escape route and found a Model 200 .38 Caliber Revolver behind the building. During the arrest, Saunders was found with a holster on his right pocket matching the dimensions of the revolver. Saunders was taken into custody and charged with unlawful carrying or possession of a weapon and evading arrest.

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Jaleel Fletcher breaks into woman’s car, flees from police

23-year-old Jaleel Fletcher was seen committing suspicious activity at Needmore Road on November 27th. The Montgomery County E911 Center received a call from one of the residents of the Needmore Apartment building stating that her neighbor, who lived a floor above her apartment, banged on her front door, went to the parking lot, and broke into her black Hyundai EGM. The caller described the individual as a black male wearing a black hoodie with red sweatpants, and another caller stated that there was a black male outside with the same description but was holding a “crowbar or a hammer.” When law enforcement arrived, they found a tall, black, skinny male matching the descriptions given over the phone standing next to the Hyundai EGM while the car alarm was going off. The male was later identified as Fletcher. When he saw officers arrive, Fletcher attempted to walk off but stopped shortly after being given orders to return. Fletcher suddenly began to sprint away from the officers, but after a short pursuit, he was tackled to the ground, where he continued to disobey orders given by officers.

The black Hyundai EGM was observed to have the driver’s side window smashed out. Officers, after searching the immediate area, found a hatchet that fell out of Fletcher’s pocket during the struggle. The victim also added that Fletcher caused damage to her front door in addition to her car’s window, both of which are estimated to cost between $500 and $600 in damage. Fletcher was taken into custody and charged with vandalism, resisting arrest, and evading arrest.

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Soldier Christopher Morris ignores police attempting to pull him over

21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Christopher Robert Morris was violating traffic laws at Fort Campbell Boulevard on October 27th. Officers observed Morris conduct an illegal U-turn, and when they activated their sirens, he failed to yield and continued to speed down Fort Campbell. Morris was taken into custody for evading arrest and disobeying traffic devices on October 30th.

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Jayden Wiggins, 18, charged with nicotine vape after fleeing from police

18-year-old Jayden Wiggins was caught in a foot pursuit with a “nicotine” vape in his pocket on Crossland Ave. in the early hours of October 10th. Officer Nolan responded to a call regarding a single-car accident with occupants fleeing on foot towards Boillin Ln. Wiggins was walking down Boillin Ln. and began to run when Officer Nolan activated his blue lights. Wiggins did not comply when asked to stop running and was caught shortly after. Officer Nolan found a tobacco vape in the front pocket of Wiggins after searching him and taking him into custody. Wiggins was charged with evading arrest and prohibited purchase of tobacco by minors.

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Jevell Rucker charged with marijuana after window tint traffic stop

30-year-old Jevell Rucker was pulled over on September 28 just after midnight when officers stated that they could not see into the car through the tint of his windows. While the officer initiated their emergency equipment around mile marker 11.8, they stated that the vehicle came to a stop at Exit 4 Westbound I-24.

When the officer approached the window, they alleged that there was a strong marijuana smell coming from the car. A search of the center console found six grams of marijuana and that Rucker was the only occupant of the car. The officer also claims that the window tint was not legal after being tested with a tint card and window tint meter.

Rucker was booked for evading arrest, simple possession, a window tint violation, and out-of-county warrants that were discovered after the fact.

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Nichole Jones jailed for shoplifting and violation of probation warrant

32-year-old Nichole Jones was served a warrant for violation of probation while shopping inside a Dollar General. When officers made contact inside the store, Jones admitted to concealing multiple items with the intent to steal them. A manager was notified and scanned the items, which came out to $58. After the warrant was confirmed through the National Crime database, Jones was further charged with theft of property.

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Fort Campbell Soldier Garrison Meadows crashes car after fleeing from police

21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Garrison Meadows was booked on September 2nd when police observed a pickup truck speeding down Dover Road, going 68 mph in a 45mph zone. Police followed the truck as it sped through the Circle K parking lot. This was when the police turned on their emergency equipment to make a traffic stop, but the vehicle picked up speed, leaving the officer behind on Lafayette Road. Further down the road, the officer found the truck in a yard crashed into a parked vehicle. Meadows was identified as the injured driver in the front seat. There was also an injured female in the passenger seat and an unresponsive male in the backseat. Meadows admitted to drinking but refused to perform sobriety tests and was transported to Tennova ER.

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Alishaa ‘Peachy’ Dabney jailed after police pursuit; marijuana in a stitch satchel

24-year-old Alishaa Dabney, AKA Peachy, was jailed on September 14th after a vehicle pursuit in her Audi A4 on Lafayette Road after she failed to stop at a stop sign. Once the officers activated emergency equipment, Dabney sped away until eventually coming to a complete stop on Anita Court. While placing Ms. Dabney into custody for the chase and traffic violation, officers observed a male passenger in the vehicle. He stated that he told Ms. Dabney to stop several times during the chase, but she refused. A strong odor of marijuana was coming from the vehicle, according to police. A search yielded a “Stitch” satchel bag containing 24.9 grams of marijuana and two loaded guns, one of which didn’t have a serial number. Dabney was sluggish and had bloodshot eyes. She admitted to being under the influence and to being in possession of marijuana and firearms.

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Breanne Nixon charged with public intoxication at liquor store

36-year-old Breanne Nixon was jailed on July 31st when an employee at Ebenezer’s Liqors and Wines reported that she was causing a disturbance at the business. When police arrived at the store, they observed Nixon showing obvious signs of impairment. While being questioned, Nixon ran outside, trying to enter her vehicle, but police apprehended her and placed her into custody.

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