Officers responded to a call regarding a domestic disturbance on September 23rd at Stones River Cove. Scott Tilley told officers that 44-year-old Heather Miller became angry towards him, grabbed a knife, and threatened to kill him. Tilley then stated he grabbed Miller’s arm to rid her hand of the knife before she began striking him in the chest and shoulders. She returned to rip his shirt before he walked away. Miller told Officers that she found Tilley in bed with another woman when she got home from the hospital. She approached Tilley to grab his shirt and ripped it. Miller told authorities he grabbed her arm, causing it to bruise, and pulled her into the room, slapping her in the face before he left. Officers observed a bruise on Miller’s arm, determined Miller as the primary aggressor, and took her into custody.
30-year-old Kevon Dias was jailed Tuesday for assaulting his roommate on Hickory Highlands Drive after an argument regarding compensation for his roommate using his DoorDash account to complete deliveries. Lynton Dyce told police that he and Dias had an agreement that he would use Dias’ Dasher account to earn money by making deliveries and expected to be compensated directly for his services. Dyce said that he had completed several deliveries and had approached Dias requesting compensation for the work he had done, but Dias refused to pay him, and an argument ensued. Frustrated by not being paid, Dyce told Dias that he wasn’t welcome around the apartment and could no longer use his vehicle. Later that day, Dyce was sitting in his car with Dias parked outside the apartment. When Dyce left the parking lot to go back inside, Dias slashed his tires.
19-year-old Joshua Jackson disagreed with his former employer regarding money after termination. His former employer, Jonathan McKinney, met Joshua at Bank of America and paid him and others in cash, but Josh thought it was not the full amount owed. He and another defendant, Jordon Holts, got into Jonathan’s face, threatening to take his wallet and phone in the bank’s parking lot. Jordon reportedly punched him, and Joshua slapped his sunglasses off of his head.
The bank manager came outside to tell them they were on camera and needed to leave. After leaving the bank, they went to Jonathan’s house and grabbed gas hedge trimmers as well as multiple Dewalt rechargeable batteries and chargers off his porch. His mother confronted Jordon for stealing the items from her porch, and another defendant, Derick Jones, pulled out a handgun and then pointed it at her. Jonathan’s mother told police that she thought Dedrick would shoot her, so she dove back into the residence. He returned to his residence to see the defendants trying to leave, so he kept them from leaving by blocking their vehicle with his.
At this time, Jordon and Joshua started kicking Jonathan’s vehicle and throwing rocks at it, so Jonathan moved his vehicle to let them out. After they left his residence, they took the stolen property to Cash America Pawn on Gallatin Pike, and Jordon sold the times. There is camera footage showing the incident at Bank of America as well as Jordon at Cash America Pawn. Warrants have been issued for the other involved parties.
Around Noon on September 28th, Trooper Meite initiated a traffic stop on I-24 when he observed a silver Ford pickup truck hauling a long white van Trailer without a carrier and USDOT number. Trooper Meite approached the driver’s side and observed the 36-year-old Tamazi Pachulia. Pachulia was asked to provide his driver’s license, registration, insurance, and medical card but could not provide registration of the truck. He told Trooper Meite that he rented the vehicle 3-6 months ago and did not have a rental agreement nor registration. Trooper Meite ran the tag and VIN number of the truck which came back as a stolen vehicle. Pachulia was informed about the truck being stolen before being placed under arrest for being in possession of a stolen vehicle worth more than $20,000.
48-year-old Nakia Stevenson was inside a vehicle in a steep embankment around the intersection of Campbell Rd and Greycroft Ave early Friday morning. An off-duty officer saw the vehicle and found Nakia inside the vehicle, which smelled like marijuana. In the driver’s floorboard was an empty tequila bottle. Police and EMS stated that they smelled alcohol on Nakia’s breath and noted other signs of intoxication. Nakia covered her mouth while speaking at points and performed poorly on sobriety tests. When police searched her vehicle, they found two more empty tequila bottles in her glove box.
18-year-old Tyeisha Harris was indicted by the July Davidson County Grand Jury for property theft. Between January 11th and 25th, she knowingly stole gift cards from Target. The amount stolen is between $2,500 to $10,000. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $2,500.
On September 25th, Officers responded to a call regarding shots fired on Primm Road. Upon arrival, Officers spoke to Mayday Oliva, and she told them that she and 21-year-old Luis Ayende Miranda got into an argument because she left his house without him knowing. She said that she and Miranda used to date and have two children together. Oliva then fled to her parents’ house, and Miranda followed her. A verbal argument between them started in the backyard, where Miranda began to shoot the electrical outlet five to six times by the side of the shed. Oliva told Officers that Miranda then grabbed her cell phone off the table before throwing it on the ground and stomping it. She said that Miranda then grabbed a stick and busted out the window on the front of the shed before shooting the shed two to three times with what she described to be a black .40 caliber handgun. Officers observed numerous bullet holes inside the shed and a shattered iPhone, consistent with Oliva’s statement. Oliva’s Father, Fernando Oliva, was present during the incident and observed Miranda yelling at Mayday. Miranda was charged with Vandalism for the $700 iPhone and felony vandalism for the $ 1,500 worth of property damage.
40-year-old Oliver Mya was observed through his “Zaw Moe” Facebook profile by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC.) They reported four CyberTips to the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) multiple times from June 25th, 2022, to September 12th, 2022. The report showed where that profile sent videos of child sexual abuse via Facebook Messenger. The IP address for the profile was from a computer located at Ocala Circle in Nashville. On September 25, Detective Harriman and Adkins arrived at the residence on Ocala Cir and knocked on the door. Oliver answered and told police that the “Zaw Moe” Facebook profile was his, but he was locked out. He said the email attached to the profile used to be his. When he was shown stills of the child sexual abuse videos, he said that he believed that the children in the videos would be “5 or 6 years old.” He admitted to receiving the videos and distributing them to other Facebook accounts. He is free on a $75,000 bond.
72-year-old Patricia Mcallister called the Office of the District Attorney, 20th Judicial District, to speak with a sworn Assistant District Attorney General Lauren Hogan. Hogan prosecuted Patricia’s daughter on a case of aggravated assault. She spoke to the secretary in the office, Katie Garapic, and said, “You play with guns, you get shot.” Also, she said, “This is what karma does when you mess with people’s families.” Patricia continued by stating that she does “not live far from Nashville, I’m not threatening. I’m promising. People can snap at any time. God Forbid whoever’s in my way when I snap.”
35-year-old Eunice Martinez was denied access to a flight at Nashville International Airport due to her level of intoxication on September 24th. After Eunice was identified by police, she had visible signs of intoxication. She told police that she consumed alcohol and a Xanax due to her fear of flying. Police arrested Eunice for public intoxication.