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A domestic assault call on Sunday, July 6 in La Vergne resulted in a four-agency pursuit and multiple felony charges.
James J. Hummer was apprehended in Elkmont, Ala., by the U.S. Marshal’s Middle Tennessee Fugitive Task Force on Tuesday, July 8 and is awaiting extradition back to Tennessee.

La Vergne Police Officer John Hughes responded to an assault call Sunday afternoon and spotted the suspect’s car fleeing the scene. Officer Hughes attempted a traffic stop and a pursuit ensued.

Once the vehicle entered Smyrna city limits, the Smyrna Police Department also responded. Both La Vergne and Smyrna terminated the pursuit because of the potential danger to the public.

The suspect drove the wrong way on Nissan Boulevard and caused three wrecks in Smyrna. The Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office picked up the search after a “Be on the Lookout” (BOLO) was issued. Deputies found the suspect’s wrecked car and a GPS tracker that the suspect removed from his ankle.

The removal of the ankle bracelet triggered notification of the U.S. Marshal Service. Rutherford County Detective Chuck Thomas, who serves with the U.S. Marshal’s Middle Tennessee Fugitive Task Force, said the investigation revealed that Hummer was dropped off in Limestone County, Ala. The U.S. Marshals in North Alabama surrounded the home and Hummer surrendered.

Some of the charges Hummer faces after extradition include: actively evading arrest, domestic assault, driving on a revoked license, leaving the scene of an accident and reckless driving, tampering with a GPS device.

Hummer has previously faced charges, including: multiple charges of aggravated kidnapping with bodily injury, multiple charges of aggravated assault, assault, and domestic assault, possession of explosives, multiple violations of probation, multiple violations of the sex offender registry, arson, drug and rape of a child less than 13 years old.

Hummer has lived in several parts of Middle Tennessee, with the most recent documented address in Madison. He is scheduled to appear in Rutherford County General Sessions Court on Aug. 20. Hummer will also appear in court on Aug. 28 regarding the La Vergne charges.

Man stabbed to death at Pine Court Murfreesboro Police were dispatched to 1409 Pine Court at 1:08 a.m. Tuesday, July 8, responding to a stabbing death as the result of a domestic violence situation between Zaniel Radley, 23, and Nicole Alexander, 31.

According to a domestic violence report, the stabbing was witnessed by an 11-year old child who was in the home. The male victim was stabbed once in the arm and once in the center of the chest. The victim, Radley, was rushed to St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

A report filed by one of the first officers on the scene shows that alcohol or drugs may have been involved in this case. The same information shows that the female was not physically injured in the incident.

According to the initial domestic violence report, Alexander, the girlfriend of Radley, is listed as the victim. Radley, who died from the stab wound to the chest, is listed as the suspect. Radley on probation for a past crime unrelated to this most recent incident and there was no restraining order in place.

The incident is being investigated by the Criminal Investigation Division Violent Crimes Unit. All key parties in the case have been interviewed and several additional interviews are scheduled.

Murfreesboro Police Sgt. Kyle Evans said via email, “At the conclusion of the investigation, the case will likely be presented to the Rutherford County Grand Jury.”

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