Cleveland Neal caught with 14 grams of marijuana & stolen handgun after speeding in Kia Soul

20-year-old Cleveland Neal was seen speeding in a 2012 Kia Soul on April 25th. Officers made contact and noticed a strong odor of marijuana as they approached Neal. Officers searched his vehicle and located marijuana, a digital scale, multiple torn bags with marijuana, blunts, and a handgun. The marijuana found weighed more than 14 grams. During the investigation, officers found that Neal’s handgun was reported stolen out of county. After officers advised Neal of his Miranda Rights, Neal stated that he was a drug user and that the firearm did not belong to him. This statement, however, contradicts the fingerprints and DNA that law enforcement found on the gun belonging to Neal. Cleveland Neal was taken into custody and charged with possession of a firearm during a felony, theft, marijuana possession, drug paraphernalia, no license, and speeding on April 26th.

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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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Arianna Hamilton caught with 2.6 pounds of marijuana

23-year-old Arianna Hamilton was involved in a bust at Glenkirk Drive on February 15th. Officers executed a search warrant at the mentioned location and made contact with residents Tyson Mckinney, Arianna Hamilton, and Termariontez Goodner. 2.6 pounds of marijuana, THC syrup, a bag of pills marked M/30, two unloaded handguns, one loaded handgun, multiple gallon bags with marijuana residue, digital scales, corner baggies, numerous cellphones, USD, marijuana blunt portions, and other items in the ingestion of marijuana were found. Arianna Hamilton was taken into custody and charged with cocaine possession, marijuana possession, drug paraphernalia, and a firearm during a felony.

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Shioniqua Scott jailed after caught with 14.175 grams of marijuana

24-year-old Shioniqua Scott was in a vehicle with Charles Lyons while he was speeding at the intersection of Outlaw Field Road and Jack Miller Boulevard on February 17th. Upon contact with Lyons and his passenger, Shioniqua Scott, officers noted that there was a distinct smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Lyons explained that he smoked in the car earlier in the day, but that only led to a search. The search yielded three bags of marijuana weighing 14.175 grams, digital scales, plastic sandwich bags, air sealant bags with residue, a Glock 9mm, cigarillos, and multiple cell phones. Lyons nor Scott claimed the illegal goods. Both Shioniqua Scott and Charles Lyons were taken into custody and charged with unlawful drug paraphernalia, marijuana possession, and a firearm during a felony.

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18-year-old Daniel Newton caught with 14 grams of marijuana

18-year-old Daniel Newton, an employee of Jersey Mikes, was caught with marijuana at Danbury Drive on February 10th. Officers responded to a call for service concerning a suspicious vehicle at Macon Lane and Danbury Drive. An officer contacted the car’s occupants, Amaree Lafortune, Daniel Newton, a juvenile, and Morgan Smith. During the interaction, the scent of marijuana emitting from the vehicle prompted a search. The search yielded a vacuum bag, a drawstring bag, and a fanny pack that also contained a plastic bag and more suspected marijuana. A search of Newton’s person revealed $445 in cash. Under Miranda, Newton claimed ownership of the marijuana. The total weight of marijuana found in the vehicle was 14.175 grams. Daniel Newton was taken into custody and charged with marijuana possession and the selling of a controlled substance.

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Toni Akin jailed for animal cruelty after husband beats dog with shovel

24-year-old Toni Akin and her husband, John Simmons, were involved in brutalizing dogs at Donna Drive on February 5th. Law enforcement received information that two dogs at Simmons’s residence on Donna Drive were getting abused. One of the two dogs is a husky mix breed named Bandida, which was said to have sustained tremendous injuries, causing the dog to be unresponsive but still conscious. The other dog is a pit bull named Hercules, who was said to have been hit in the head with a shovel by the owner, causing swelling, bruising, and bleeding.¬†Officers made contact with Debra Sterback, who lived next door to Simmons. Sterback stated that she looked outside her bedroom window and saw Simmons dragging the husky out of the house on a leash and that the dog looked lifeless. Sterback also remarked that Simmons attached the leash to a lead and left the dog outside. Sterback then advised that she visually witnessed Simmons go towards the back of the house, retrieve a spaded shovel, walk towards the edge of the property where the pit bull was leashed, and then hit the dog on its head.

When officers observed the dogs, both showed evidence of injuries consistent with strikes on the head. Both dogs had welts and bruising on the top of their head, along with dried blood. An officer advised that the husky needed emergency medical attention immediately. Akin acknowledged this and left with Simmons and the dog, stating they would take it to Hillldale Veterinary Clinic. Law enforcement contacted all the local clinics in Montgomery County and found that no one had brought in a husky. Akin was contacted and asked whether or not the husky received care, and she told them that she had taken the husky to Belmont Veterinary Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee. However, when law enforcement reached out to Belmont Veterinary Hospital, officers were told that no one had brought in a husky. Akin also refuses to provide animal control with any veterinary records or provide the husky for inspection…

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