A member of the “Blood Gang” in Nashville was recently arrested by authorities on the suspicion he was dealing illegal drugs, an article of Fox 17 reported on October 29.
Police apprehended Gary Stewart, 27, on October 26 in the Opry Mills Mall parking lot after hearing thata heroin deal would take place in the area. Authorities identified themselves after seeing Stewart engaging in what they described as a drug deal. Stewart, who attempted to escape arresting officers on foot, was still arrested and various amounts of controlled substances and a loaded firearm were seized from his vehicle. Multiple charges related to drugs, firearms, and escaping arrest were later filed against Stewart.
The attorneys at Horst Law in Nashville strongly believe that every person’s rights should be protected when they are arrested. We may be able to offer you legal representation to make sure you are fairly treated while in custody. Call us today at (615) 403-2971 to find out how we may work for you.
Professional basketball player Iman Shumpert was apprehended outside Atlanta after he was suspected of driving while under the influence of marijuana, a report in the New York Post stated on September 9.
Shumpert’s team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, has confirmed his involvement in the traffic incident on August 10 where he was stopped by Fayette County officers. During the apprehension, authorities reportedly detected a “strong” smell inside Shumpert’s vehicle similar to that of marijuana. Shumpert, who had failed a field sobriety test later told authorities that he had smoked marijuana and several charges were filed against Shumpert after authorities also recovered less than an ounce of the drug from inside his vehicle. Due to his actions, Shumpert is also facing stiff penalties from the basketball league and from his team.
Brent Horst with Horst Law represents Nashville individuals who have been arrested due to DUI allegations. If you are in such a predicament, he may be able to offer you a strong legal defense. Learn more about your legal defense today by calling (615) 403-2971.