Genaro Guevara races down Gallatin Pike at 100mph in Camaro LT1, tells police he was “Just Driving”

25-year-old Genaro Tellez Guevara was observed speeding, following another vehicle, appearing to race in his Red Camaro LT1 near the Hart Lane and Gallatin Pike intersection late June 27th. Officers observed them going 100 mph in a 40-mph zone, during which Guevara weaved in and out of traffic, disregarding other drivers. Then, officers caught up to him and conducted a traffic stop. Guevara told police he didn’t know the other driver and that he was “just driving.” Guevara was cited for the incident that day. Guevara was later booked on the citation of drag racing and reckless driving on July 5th.

Abelardo Artega caught speeding down I-65 at 88 mph

22-year-old Abelardo Artega was observed speeding southbound on I-65 in the early hours of June 2nd. Officers clocked his speed at 88 mph before he merged multiple lanes without signaling and nearly rear-ended a box truck. Officers then conducted a traffic stop near Exit 78, where they discovered Artega did not have a license. After being cited, Artega was later booked on the citation of reckless driving on June 24th.

Doneecia Johnson booked for pervious warrants after stealing $72 worth of merchandise at T.J. Maxx

20-year-old Doneecia Johnson was seen stealing from the T.J. Maxx on Opry Mills Drive on June 25th. Employees at the T.J. Maxx notified the officers that Johnson was hiding and concealing items while shopping. A member of store security told law enforcement that they kept an eye on Johnson as she moved around the store and observed that she only paid for one item at the register but walked out with several other items. Officers approached Johnson in the parking lot and found that she had a plastic bag containing various items from T.J. Maxx. When officers told Johnson about the situation, she could only provide proof of one purchase in the bag. The stolen items were recovered and confirmed to be worth $72.01. It was also found that Johnson had an outstanding warrant for reckless driving, so she was taken into custody for theft, reckless driving, and driving with a suspended license.

Marcus Jackson nearly hits officers while speeding

30-year-old Marcus Bernard Jackson was observed driving a red 2016 Nissan Altima on a closed road near 6th Avenue South and Demonbreun Street late June 23rd. Additional officers were called for assistance with an intoxicated driver, later identified as Jackson. When they arrived, they were advised that Jackson was speeding down Demonbreun Street and nearly struck officers who were signaling him to stop. After Jackson exited the car, he was detained until additional units got there. Responding officers requested him to perform sobriety tests; he agreed and showed multiple signs of impairment and reeked of alcohol. Jackson denied drinking and refused to submit a chemical sample for testing. Jackson was taken then into custody for reckless driving, driving under the influence, disobeying traffic laws, and an implied consent violation.

Moises Noyola speeds 85 mph in 55 mph zone

27-year-old Noyola Moises was observed speeding on I-440 East near Mile Marker 6.6 late May 17th. Officers noticed Moises going 85 mph in a 55 mph zone and using the emergency lane to pass other vehicles, so they conducted a traffic stop. They discovered he did not have insurance or a valid driver’s license and issued him a citation. Moises was booked on the citations of not having a driver’s license, evidence of compliance violation, and reckless driving on June 10th.

Ifrah Sultan speeds down Church Street, uses oncoming lane to pass car

23-year-old Ifrah Sultan was observed speeding near 1st Avenue North and Church Street on August 3rd, 2023. Officers noticed she passed another motorist using the oncoming traffic lane, going 45 mph in a 30-mph zone. This prompted officers to conduct a traffic stop on Interstate Drive. Officers cited Sultan for the occurrence that day. Then, after failing to appear in court, Sultan was booked on the citation of reckless driving on June 4th, 2024.

Ricky Kidd II charged with reckless endangerment after interstate crash

19-year-old Ricky Kidd II was involved in a multi-vehicle accident on I-24 West near Mile Marker 64.4 late Wednesday night. Officers observed Kidd speeding past them in his white Infiniti, making several lane changes without signaling before causing a collision with two other vehicles. They approached Kidd and detained him. Officers went to the other vehicles and discovered a 3-month-old with minor injuries from the crash. They spoke with Kidd, who admitted to seeing the police on the interstate, adding that he would not have stopped if they had activated their emergency equipment. When they spoke with the other drivers, they were advised that Kidd struck them while trying to change lanes. Kidd was taken into custody for reckless driving and reckless endangerment.

TSU student Cameron Foley crashes into police car while speeding in Dodge Challenger

21-year-old Cameron Nicholas Foley, a student at Tennessee State University, sped past another driver using a turn-only lane near Jefferson Street and 28th Avenue North late April 19th. Officers observed him accelerating excessively in his red Dodge Challenger before they heard him collide with another vehicle, later identified as a metropolitan police car, near John A Merritt Boulevard. When officers approached the crash, Foley exited his car and reentered before they instructed him to get out. Foley was then cited for the incident and booked on the citation of reckless driving on May 10th.

Korey Hutson speeds down I-40 East at 120 mph in Jaguar F-Pace

31-year-old Korey David Hutson was speeding on I-40 East late April 6th in his Jaguar F-Pace. Officers observed this and initiated a traffic stop, during which he was going 120 mph until they caught up to him near Stewarts Ferry Pike. Officers asked Hutson why he was going so fast, and he replied, “I do not know.” Hutson was then cited for the incident that day. Huston was later booked on the citation of reckless driving on May 3rd.

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