Alleged van shooting identification

Police are looking for this woman who fired at a van on 5th Street

MNPD officer struck

by stolen vehicle

Metro Nashville Police Officer Jerica Gladston suffered a broken leg after being hit by a stolen Cadillac sedan Monday afternoon on Cowan Street.

Gladston is a three-year MNPD veteran. She had just deployed a spike strip to stop the car when she was struck.

Jaquille Burns, 28, of Murfreesboro, the alleged driver of the car was charged with attempted homicide, felony evading arrest and driving on a revoked license.

- Staff Report

Detectives looking to

identify woman who fired

at van on 5th Street

East Precinct detectives are working to identify a woman who Monday at 1:30 p.m. allegedly fired shots into a white van on South 5th Street at Woodland Street, striking a 21-year-old man in the arm.

The suspect, a Black woman with blonde hair, was a passenger in a black Dodge Intrepid with a temporary tag. She was wearing dark jogging pants with white writing on the left leg and a dark shirt with camouflage sleeves. It appears the suspect car was chasing the victim’s van prior to the shooting. When the van stopped at an intersection, the suspect got out of the Dodge and fired at the van, striking the victim in the arm. The wounded man drove to Ascension St. Thomas Midtown hospital where he was treated for a non-life-threatening wound.

The Dodge Intrepid was last seen turning eastbound on Fatherland Street from South 5th Street. The motive remains under investigation.

Anyone with information about this shooting is asked to contact East Investigations at 615-862-7525 or Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463.

- Staff Report

Man charged after

allegedly shooting

woman at storage facility

David Lindsay, 65, is charged with aggravated assault for Monday’s 8:45 a.m. shooting at a storage facility on McGavock Pike that critically injured his 55-year-old female acquaintance. Both Lindsay and the woman live at the location.

The woman was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where she is in stable condition.

Lindsay admitted he shot the woman and then hid in a storage unit. Officers located him around 1 p.m. and took him into custody without further incident.

The motive for the shooting remains under investigation. - Staff Report

Man charged with vehicular

homicide after fatal Old

Hickory Boulevard crash

The victim killed in a case of alleged vehicular homicide on Old Hickory Boulevard near Owen Drive just after 1 a.m. Tuesday morning is identified as Jeffrey Tenzera, 63, of Mt. Juliet.

The preliminary investigation shows the driver of a Cadillac Escalade, Lamario Hunt, 44, of Murfreesboro, was traveling at a high rate of speed passing vehicles on the right shoulder when he went off the roadway. According to witnesses, Hunt overcorrected and entered the opposite lane of traffic.

Hunt struck a Chevrolet Trax forcing it off the roadway. Immediately after the crash Hunt was picked up by a white Dodge Charger and driven back to his home in Murfreesboro. His wife later drove him to Vanderbilt University Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.

The driver of the Trax and the passenger, Tenzera, were taken to Vanderbilt as well. The driver experienced life-threatening injuries while Tenzera was pronounced dead at the hospital. Both occupants of the Trax were wearing seatbelts.

Hunt showed signs of impairment at Vanderbilt. A search warrant was issued for a blood sample at the hospital. A large amount of marijuana was inside the Cadillac.

Hunt will be charged following his release from the hospital with vehicular homicide by intoxication, vehicular assault, leaving the scene of a crash involving death, leaving the scene of a crash involving injury, failure to render aid and failure to make immediate notice of accident. Additional drug charges are pending.

- Staff Report

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