31-year-old James Pridemore was found in a stolen Volkswagen Passat on November 10th. Pridemore was seen with two females in said vehicle. When Deputy E. Dube detained them, Pridemore admitted to having meth, heroin, and needles. When conducting a probable cause search, the deputy found a small backpack Pridemore said was his. In the bag, he located multiple needles, a baggie of meth, and a baggie of heroin. The car was confirmed stolen from Metro Nashville and was valued at around $4500. Pridemore was taken into custody and charged with possession of stolen property, methamphetamine violation, and simple possession/casual exchange.
36-year-old Landon Wayne Talley was pulled over on Providence Boulevard for a hands-free violation on the morning of October 20. Talley spoke with officers and told them that he only was holding the phone while it was on speakerphone and not using it. He then provided an expired identification card and did not have insurance for his car. Deputies deployed a K9 unit, got a positive indication, and searched Talley’s vehicle, where a spoon with “white powder” was found. The powdery substance field tested positive for methamphetamine. In addition to this, officers also found used and unused insulin needles, and a dose vial labeled “Trenbolone Acetate, 100mg/10mL Dose Vial, Intramuscular Only.” Talley told officers that he was diabetic but could not answer any diabetes-related questions, so he was taken into custody for driving without a license, driving an unregistered vehicle, not having proof of insurance, methamphetamine violations, simple possession, and unlawful drug paraphernalia.
34-year-old William Rice was jailed on July 22nd after a complainant, Thomas Woods, reported he was drunk and refusing to leave the troubled Electric Cowboy bar. When officers arrived, they observed Mr. Rice standing near the entrance of the club. They could smell alcohol coming from him as he slurred, refusing to find a ride. He was then taken into custody and searched. Police located a baggie in his pocket containing 2.5 grams of methamphetamine.
29-year-old Emily Sharp & 33-year-old Mary Orange had reportedly been sitting in a vehicle at a gas pump for hours when police received a call for a welfare check for two women that were sleeping in the car. The complainant had knocked on the windows but received no response. Officers arrived, and eventually, the two women became aware of their surroundings. Sharp had a used syringe on her lap, which contained heroin. Orange had a cut straw on her. A search of the vehicle resulted in another loaded syringe, crystal methamphetamine, digital scales, and a burnt spoon.