Precision Policing Effort Leads to Multiple Arrests

Coordinated police effort results in arrests of individuals with outstanding warrants.

The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department (MNPD) successfully conducted a coordinated precision policing effort that led to the arrest of several individuals wanted on outstanding warrants. The operation, which took place on Wednesday, resulted in the following arrests:

– **Christopher Eddie**, 19, charged with multiple counts of vehicle theft.

– **Joshua Braden**, 34, charged with vehicle theft and domestic assault.

– **William Southern**, 46, charged with aggravated assault and domestic assault.

– **Sadridden Azizov**, 43, charged with sexual battery.

– **Devlin Dryden**, 33, charged with rape of a child and aggravated sexual battery.

– **Tristan Williams**, 20, charged with aggravated assault, vehicle theft, theft of a firearm, domestic assault, and evading arrest.

– **Robert Hill**, 46, charged with burglary of a motor vehicle.

– **Jeremy Christie**, 45, charged with a felony probation violation.

– **Gregory Boyd**, 34, charged with a parole violation.

This warrant sweep underscores the effectiveness of precision policing, aiming to hold accountable those responsible for crimes and disturbances in the community. For more information, visit the MNPD’s official website.

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