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In The News

Suicide attempts in jail are more common than anywhere else in Williamson County

March 5, 2019

Editor’s note: This story explores suicide, including details of how people died by suicide. If you are at risk, please stop here and contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for support at 1-800-273-8255. Sasha Putala’s parents knew their son was in a poor mental state when he was arrested on auto burglary charges and sent […]

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Attorney for officer charged with homicide: DA “has functionally declared war on our police”

February 27, 2019

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The lawyer defending a police officer charged with homicide says the district attorney has “functionally declared war on police,” due to the DA’s comments during a court hearing on Saturday. Decommissioned Metro Nashville police officer Andrew Delke faces criminal homicide charges in the shooting death of Daniel Hambrick. On Monday, General […]

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Delke lawyers: DA Glenn Funk ‘declared war’ on Nashville police with Nuremberg comparison

February 27, 2019

Nashville police officer Andrew Delke’s defense attorneys said Monday that District Attorney Glenn Funk has “declared war on the police department.” Nothing, Funk’s office said, “could be further from the truth.” Delke, 25, who is white, fatally shot Daniel Hambrick, also 25, who was black, during a July 26 foot pursuit. Funk decided to charge […]

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Officer Andrew Delke’s lawyer says DA flip-flopped in evidence fight, citing Vandy rape case

February 27, 2019

Legal arguments are heating up in the murder case against a Nashville police officer, with the officer’s defense attorney accusing the city’s top prosecutor of hypocrisy in a legal filing Thursday. Officer Andrew Delke, 25, was charged with first-degree murder after he shot Daniel Hambrick during a foot chase in July. His lawyer David Raybin […]

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PR push for white officer accused of killing armed black man

February 27, 2019

By Jonathan Mattise | AP February 14 NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The attorney for a white police officer charged with fatally shooting an armed black man in Tennessee is calling for legal discovery documents to be sealed from members of the public. Meanwhile, a police union has launched a digital ad campaign seeking to defend the Nashville officer, […]

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Driver Rear-Ends UPS Truck in Fatal Construction Zone Crash

April 25, 2018

Fatal rear-end truck accident a reminder of the need to slow down and exercise caution in construction zones. Earlier this month a 32-year-old Goodlettsville man suffered serious injuries when his car struck the back of a UPS tractor that was stopped due to construction-related traffic on I-24 West near the Bell Road exit. The man—who […]

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Raybin & Weissman Files Lawsuit Regarding Female Inmate Who was Impregnated By Guard

Raybin & Weissman Files Lawsuit Regarding Female Inmate Who Was Impregnated By Guard

January 25, 2018

Raybin & Weissman recently filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of their client, a female inmate who was repeatedly raped and impregnated by a guard at the Moore County Jail. Said lead attorney Ben Raybin: “Jessica Fowler is just one of many women who have been sexually abused by a man in a position of […]

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Safety Improvements Implemented at Nashville's Most Dangerous Intersection

Safety Improvements Implemented at Nashville’s “Most Dangerous Intersection”

January 25, 2018

Nashville Pedestrian Accidents According to the Tennessee Department of Homeland Security, there were nearly 300 pedestrians involved in accidents in Davidson County last year. Worse yet, 2017 was the deadliest year for pedestrians in Nashville history, with nearly two dozen individuals killed on Music City’s roads. Nashville’s population is growing fast. In turn, traffic congestion […]

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Wrong Way, Head-On Car Collisions Continue to Plague Nashville, Tennessee.

Head-On Collisions Continue to Plague Nashville

January 17, 2018

Wrong-way Car Accident on New Year’s Day The New Year was just a few hours old when the Nashville metropolitan area witnessed its first wrong-way crash of 2018. According to WKRN, a black Nissan collided head-on with a silver Chrysler near I-24 West’s Maxey Road exit, just before the Montgomery County line. One of the […]

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Woman Brings Excessive Force Lawsuit Following Jailhouse Taser Incident

Woman Brings Excessive Force Lawsuit Following Jailhouse Taser Incident

January 10, 2018

Last month, a Schuyler County, Illinois, resident brought a lawsuit against the Schuyler County Sheriff’s Department in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois, alleging that excessive force was used against her and that her Fourth Amendment rights were violated. Specifically, the victim alleged that a male correctional officer shot her with […]

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