BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WKRN) - Police have released dash cam video of the several-minute-long chase of a 20-year-old man through Nashville and into Williamson County.
It all started after Dylan Bailey reportedly pulled a gun on someone in the parking lot of Nashville Community Care and Rehabilitation at Bordeaux on County Hospital Road late Tuesday evening.
When officers arrived, they did not find a victim but found Bailey driving a gold Buick Rendezvous erratically around the parking lot. When officers initiated a traffic stop he fled, leading officers on a chase through North Nashville, down West End, and toward downtown before getting on Interstate 65 South toward Williamson County.
Bailey ultimately surrendered to police on the side of Interstate 65 in Williamson County between the Concord Road and Moores Lane exits.
According to officials, Bailey told officers on his own admission that there were guns and drugs, including heroin, Roxys, Xanax and a small amount of meth in the SUV.
At the time of his arrest, Bailey was wanted on two outstanding violations of probation.
Additional charges have not been released, but authorities said Bailey is facing multiple felonies.
On April 22, 2018, just before 3:30 a.m., a gunman entered a South Nashville Waffle House. He was nude, except for a green trench coat. In his hands was a Bushmaster AR-15. Thirteen people were at the restaurant. In less than 45 seconds, four people were fatally wounded, two were severely injured and seven others were deeply traumatized.Read More »