Sheriff Sale, May 4th, 2022

SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE

By virtue of an execution and Levy 20GC3601 issued by General Sessions Court of  Davidson County, Tennessee, I will expose to sale to the highest bidder, for cash, at 10:00 o’clock AM., on the 4th day of  May, 2022, at

Tow Pro

2408 Lloyd Ave.

Nashville, TN

 

the following, to-wit:

2014 Nissan Sentra

Vin # 3N1AB7AP7EY327319

 

known as the property of  Johna Young

to satisfy a judgement in favor of Car & Van Rentals LLC DBA Atlas

 

against Johna Young

This, the 14th day of April , 2022

Ebbert

Deputy Sheriff

Distribution of Sale Notices: (list)

  1. A. Birch Building Bulletin Board

  2. Judgement Creditor or Agent

  3. Judgement Debtor or Agent

  4. Posted at place of sale

  5. Posted in area of levy

DCSO Public Web Site

MINIMUM CUSTODY INMATES WALK-OFF WORK DETAIL ASSIGNMENT

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT: Karla West
10252021 615.862.8235

MINIMUM CUSTODY INMATES WALK-OFF WORK DETAIL ASSIGNMENT
Both serving time for probation violations

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – At approximately 6:30 a.m. Monday, Davidson County Sheriff’s Office minimum-custody inmates Steven Hooberry, 32 of Joelton, and Jason Morris, 34 of Antioch, walked-off their work detail assignment at the DCSO’s Correctional Services Center, 5117 Harding Place. They were housed at the Correctional Development Center-Male, also on Harding Place.

With outside clearance, inmates work daily on various assignments including bulk-item disposal, grass cutting, and janitorial services.
The investigation continues and the public should call 911 if they see either individual.
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CHANGE IN WEEKENDER PROCESSING

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Thursday, August 5, 2021

 

As COVID-19 numbers rise in the community, they are also on the rise in the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office jails. Currently, 66 inmates are testing positive and the number of inmates on restriction is 481. When compared to the last week’s update, restriction numbers were 131 inmates with 27 testing positive. Vaccines are offered to the inmate population on an ongoing basis.

 

Additionally, until further notice, individuals required to serve “weekend time” should not report. Instead call 615.862.8367 to reschedule.

 

Courts are continuing operation; therefore, citations booking is not impacted.

Officer and Employee of the Year Breakfast

July 19th, 2021

The Davidson County Sheriff’s Office once again celebrated our 2020 Officers and Employees of the Month.  We also announced our 2020 Officer and Employee of the Year, who were interviewed and selected by a community panel for their inspired leadership, hard work, and commitment to their careers.

Officer of the Year – Andrew Cromer
Employee of the Year – Reginald Scott

Congratulations to all of our 2020 honorees!