In Nashville, Tennessee Wildlife Resource Boating Officer Joshua Landrum says he noticed a pontoon boat traveling across Percy Priest Lake at 2-3 mph Saturday with no one at the steering wheel. He noticed the two occupants of the boat were seated at the very front of the pontoon boat talking, and 48-year-old Millard Ernest Byrd only returned to the driver’s console after the blue lights were activated on the TWRA boat, at which time he put the throttle in neutral and turned off the ignition. Landrum says the boat operator was obviously intoxicated, and when asked to put on a life jacket, he kept trying to put on a woman’s life jacket, which was much smaller and would not fit him. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, he was taken into custody on multiple charges.
Author: Jason Steen
20-year-old charged with selling Ecstasy pills on Pope St.
20-year-old Calvin Beason is released on his own recognizance after Memphis Police Detectives found him selling Ecstasy pills on Pope St. Thursday, in a make-shift drive-thru service while he sat on a milk crate.
Woman tells ex-girlfriend she’ll use her bag of sex toys on someone else, police say.
Memphis Police were dispatched to Wingood Circle on Thursday in response to a domestic incident between Reginal Stovall and her ex-girlfriend, Jazmine McGhee. If you are expecting fireworks, you won’t be disappointed.
Shoplifting: Woman tells police liquor bottle ‘accidentally slipped into her pocket’
Adelaide Walker told Memphis Police when she was adjusting the taser in her pocket a bottle of liquor must have accidentally slipped into her pocket, unbeknownst to her. She was placed under arrest, charged with theft of merchandise, and transported to booking.