CRIME & SAFETY
Man arrested for threatening woman with chainsaw in Goodlettsville
Man arrested for threatening woman with chainsaw in Goodlettsville.
Noah Racine drunkenly challenges officer to fight, threatens to spit on him
20-year-old Noah Ross Racine was jailed on November 18th after officers responded to Emerald Hills Apartments. When officers arrived, they found Noah outside a door that didn’t belong to him. The apartment Noah was at belonged to CJ Boswell. Officers noted they detected the odor of alcohol coming from Noah, but he said he hadn’t been drinking. Noah was verbally aggressive and refused to enter the patrol vehicle. He kicked off the ground and tried to move away until he was placed into the patrol vehicle and transported to booking. While at booking, he challenged Officer Scroggins to a fight across the room. The officers told Noah to sit on the bench, but he refused and began making noises as if he were going to spit on Officer Rattray’s face. He was then restrained on the floor.
Intoxicated suspect breaks out Ashland City police car window, fights with officers
According to police, the inebriated suspect was not initially handcuffed because he was missing his left hand and, at the time of the arrest, was being cooperative and officers didn't deem it necessary.
Christopher Townsend caught with gun in APSU dorm
21-year-old Christopher Townsend was caught by his resident assistant keeping a gun in his dorm room. The resident assistant was conducting a health and wellness check while Townsend was not in the room and found empty alcohol containers, which gave them the ability to do an in-depth search of his room. During the investigation, a G30 Glock handgun with three empty 10-round magazines and a 25-round magazine containing five 9mm rounds were found in a backpack inside the closet. Townsend does have a handgun permit but was not permitted by APSU to carry it on campus. Townsend was taken into custody and charged with having a weapon on school property.