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19-year-old Labronte House was jailed on November 16th after police observed a Honda Civic with an inoperable brake light. Detectives also observed two vehicle occupants who were not utilizing their seatbelts. The vehicle sped off when the officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on Ashwood Avenue. The officers then turned off their lights and sirens and chose not to pursue the vehicle. The aviation unit covertly followed the vehicle to Cedar Lane and Hawthorne Place, where the passenger exited. The car then continued to speed until it reached crestmoor, where an awaiting MNPD detective had deployed spike strips. The spikes left the vehicle inoperable, but Mr. House continued driving to Abbott Martin Road before exiting and being taken into custody. It was later discovered that he was driving without a valid driver’s license.
Labronte House of Winterbrooke Road in Nashville, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on November 16th, charged with evading arrest and no license. He is free on a $5,500 bond.
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