The Metro Nashville Police Department tracks the intersections in the county with the most drug-related arrests.
The newest publicly available data is for the 12-week period prior to April 28.
The intersection with the most drug-related arrests is at Dickerson Pike and Ewing Drive, in the East Precinct.
There have been 16 drug-related arrests at or near the intersection since February 4.
Second on the list is another East Precinct intersection – Trinity Lane and Dickerson Pike.
There have been 15 drug-related arrests at or near the intersection in the last 12 weeks.
Tied for second is the intersection of Ewing Avenue and Middleton Street.
There were 15 drug arrests in that area. The intersection is located just south of downtown in the Central Precinct.
Yoest Drive and Hunters Lane in the Madison Precinct saw 14 drug-related arrests since early February.
Reporter Julie Edwards tracks crime trends each week on Tuesday and Thursday on News 2 at 4 p.m.