Nashville musician David Pomeroy said he noticed an “illegal taxi” parked in the “loading area used for musicians” near 4th & Broadway in downtown Nashville in late July. He took it upon himself to approach this taxi driver and asked him to move, immediately. The driver, Hashim Wachamo, 47, allegedly pointed his “guns” at Pomery in a way he described as “very aggressive” while saying he was going to “shoot … and get you”. Pomeroy says he felt threatened and eventually went to a judicial magistrate two weeks later, who then signed a private arrest warrant for assault. Wachamo was sentenced to an outstanding arrest warrant over the weekend, when a magistrate released him on his own recognizance.
|ARREST WARRANT / AFFIDAVIT:|
|On 07/28/2021, at approximately 11:00 p.m., the victim was on Broadway and 4th Avenue North when she noticed an illegal taxi parked in the loading area. The victim approached the vehicle and told the defendant that the loading area was reserved for musicians and enabled the loading and unloading of passengers.
The accused got angry with the victim and said, “I will shoot you and I will get you” while pointing what the victim described as a “gun” very aggressively at him. The victim felt threatened by the actions of the accused.
The victim provided the vehicle’s license plate and identified the defendant through a series of photos as the person who threatened him on the day of the incident.
|DAVID POMEROY (PRIVATE ATTORNEY)|
|SIGNED BY COMMISSIONER / JUDGE:|
|GS950176||AGGRESSION||0 / MMR|
|AKA (s):||HASIM WACHAMO
|ADDRESS:||2412 SCOTT VALLEY DRIVE
NASHVILLE, TN 37217
|Date of Birth :||09/11/1974 (47)|
|PUBLISHED:||03/10/2021 8:02 AM|