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The Tennessean

Nashville, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Adam:

Man shot by ICE in Nashville arrested, charged with illegal reentry to U.S.

An indictment against the man, Jose Fernando Andrade-Sanchez, was unsealed in federal court Tuesday. → Read More

MNPD officer was speeding at time of fatal crash, teen driver had traces of pot in her system, tests say

Testifying in Juvenile Court Thursday afternoon, police said they ordered the blood test after talking to suspect Jayona Brown. → Read More

NYPD cop takes a plea deal after breaking into a Nashville house next to his Airbnb

Michael J. Reynolds, 25, was charged with assault and aggravated burglary after the July 2018 break-in. → Read More

Community Oversight Board pushes for public meeting with Nashville mayor, police chief

Several members of Community Oversight Board vented frustration with a web of city bureaucracy they said had blocked the board staff's work. → Read More

Nashville police records on withdrawn driving charges will be cleared after expungement order

Judge Melissa Blackburn said the agreement would keep dismissed criminal charges from affecting thousands of Nashvillians. → Read More

Suspended Tennessee State quarterback Demry Croft enters plea on rape charges

Croft, 22, is accused of raping a female student on campus in December, according to court and university documents. → Read More

Emanuel Samson, Antioch church shooter, sentenced for dozens of additional criminal convictions

Samson, 27, already was sentenced to life without parole for first-degree murder of church member Melanie Crow. → Read More

Judge approves deal to remove Tennessee inmate from death row months before execution date

The move cements a win for Abu-Ali Abdur'Rahman and his attorneys, who argued the misconduct of prosecutor John Zimmerman tainted his trial. → Read More

Bond set for two of the juveniles charged in Kyle Yorlets' shooting death

In an order setting bond for 16-year-old defendant Decorrius Wright, the judge wrote that Wright admitted "on tape to shooting the victim in the arm." → Read More

Lawyers want a change of venue in trial of Nashville police Officer Andrew Delke

Andrew Delke was charged with first-degree murder after he fatally shot Daniel Hambrick, 25, during a foot chase in North Nashville. → Read More

Claiming bias jury selection, Tennessee death row inmate asks for new trial ahead of execution date

A lawyer for Abu-Ali Abdur'Rahman, 68, is expected to argue that potential black jurors were kept from the panel in Abdur'Rahman's criminal trial. → Read More

Court administrator Deborah Taylor Tate honored for fighting opioid crisis

A statement highlighted Tate's hands-on involvement in combating the opioid crisis by developing court-related resources for legal issues that arise from opioid abuse. → Read More

Waffle House shooting victim's family sues VUMC, claims doctors made fatal mistake

The lawsuit argues Akilah DaSilva was improperly treated after he was rushed to the Vanderbilt emergency room. → Read More

Drunken driver dragged trooper down Interstate 24, THP says

Nashville police charged the driver with DUI and aggravated assault with a motor vehicle. → Read More

Two injured after shooter opened fire on moving car on Peachers Mill Road

The car was heading south on Peachers Mill Road at about 3:30 p.m. Saturday when someone opened fire. → Read More

Tennessee appeals court rejects state's argument in favor of blocking public records

In the 14-page ruling, the appeals court strengthened the state's public record laws. → Read More

Volunteers stuff care packages for every Nashville police officer and firefighter

Volunteers worked for hours Saturday to fill 10,000 red pouches to the brim. → Read More

Man charged with biting police officer during arrest in Clarksville mall

Officers were dispatched to Governors Square Mall to arrest the man after he was accused of smashing a female acquaintance's phone. → Read More

Scorching heat dominates Nashville weather forecast

Highs will stay in the mid to high 90s through Wednesday, and the heat index could climb to more than 100 degrees. → Read More

Tennessee executes Stephen Michael West by electric chair

Stephen Michael West was sentenced to death for the 1986 stabbing deaths of Wanda Romines, 51, and her 15-year-old daughter, Sheila Romines. → Read More