July 9, 2019
There’s no photo or description of the suspect, but she is named “Jayona Brown.”
I mean, come on.
Put that name into Faceberg and it’s baboonettes from top to bottom.
A Tennessee officer was killed in a fiery crash early Thursday morning when a 17-year-old driver ran into his police car, authorities said.
The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department announced the death of officer John Anderson, 28, in a tweet.
“It was extreme sadness that the MNPD confirms the on-duty death of Central Precinct Officer John Anderson,” the department wrote on Twitter Thursday morning.
The crash happened at around 3 a.m. when a Ford Fusion driven by 17-year-old Jayona Brown went through a flashing red light and struck Anderson’s car “very, very hard” in the intersection, police spokesman Don Aaron said at a news conference.
The force of the crash caused Anderson’s car to spin, slam into a utility pole and catch fire, he said. Anderson, a four-year veteran with the department, died at the scene.
Brown was hospitalized with injuries that are considering not life threatening. An 18-year-old passenger in her car was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, Aaron said.