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On the morning of September 24th, Officers responded to a car accident on Donelson Pike and I-40 West entrance ramp. Officers observed 33-year-old Heaven Mohammed and her passenger trapped inside a damaged White Nissan Murano. The Nashville Fire Department helped remove them from the vehicle. When the passenger door was pried open, officers noticed an open bottle of DeLeón liquor on the floorboard. The passenger was incoherent and was transported to Summit Hospital for medical attention regarding the accident. The driver of the other vehicle involved was in visible pain. Heaven refused medical attention. Officers reportedly smelled an alcoholic odor on Heaven’s breath. She then admitted to having four alcoholic beverages from 9 pm- 5am. She was transported to a nearby location for a standard field sobriety test, where she showed signs of impairments on all three tasks. Heaven was then advised of her Miranda rights and TN’s implied consent law. After being advised of Miranda, Heaven consented to provide a blood sample and admitted to having a sip of the DeLeón after the four drinks she already admitted to.
Heaven Idris Mohammed of Peabody Ct in Nolensville, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on September 24th, charged with driving under the influence and open container. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $4,000, and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office gave her pre-trial release from their facility.
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