A female Nashville police sergeant has sued the department in federal court for violating her constitutional rights.
Nashville will test out license plate readers in a six-month pilot program.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says agents are at the scene of a shooting on I-65 after Nashville police, Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers and an off-duty Mt. Juliet officer shot and killed a 37-year-old man while, they say, they were responding to reports of a person with a box cutter.
Arrest warrants have been issued for the hosts of the “Fashion House” launch party that gained national attention two weekends ago for drawing together hundreds of unmasked partygoers in East Nashville.
Early Wednesday morning, two officers shot a man in the hand while responding to a domestic violence call. The shooting wasn’t fatal. But it’s the third time that officers have fired at a black man since mid-May. Now, Nashville’s Community Oversight Board is investigating.
Nashville’s new Community Oversight Board is calling for an emergency meeting with police to further flesh out its relationship with the department. The two groups signed an agreement barely two months ago, after weeks of tense negotiations. But at a meeting Wednesday night, board members said that agreement was already falling short.