Man shot, killed by Metro Police had lengthy criminal history of robberies, drugs
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) —
According to records obtained by FOX 17 News, the man shot and killed by a Metro Police officer Thursday night has been charged with robbery, resisting arrest, evading arrest, possession with intent to deliver, being a felon in possession of a weapon and more.
Daniel Hambrick, 25, was killed during a traffic stop at 17th Avenue and Jo Johnson Avenue in North Nashville. The Metro Police officer who fired the shots at Hambrick has been identified as Andrew Delke, also 25 years old.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said Hambrick was shot after officers, who were in the area investigating stolen vehicles, initiated a second traffic stop after already fleeing from police once.
Police reported that Hambrick emerged from the vehicle with a gun before he was shot.
According to records, here is Hambrick's criminal history:
- 6/26/2009 - Convicted of felony aggravated robbery
- 6/27/2009 - Convicted of aggravated robbery
- 8/11/2009 - Indicted for felony aggravated robbery
- 2/10/2010 - Convicted of misdemeanor assault
- 2/22/2013 - Convicted of possession or casual exchange
- 10/26/2013 - Convicted of misdemeanor alternate ID number
- 10/27/2013 - Convicted of weapon possession, felon in possession of a weapon
- 11/7/2013 - Convicted of drugs in a drug-free school zone, resisting arrest, use of drug paraphernalia, criminal impersonation, possession with intent to deliver
- 11/23/2015 - Convicted of possession or casual exchange
- 12/21/2016 - Convicted of drugs in a drug-free school zone, resisting arrest, drugs, felon in possession of a weapon, evading arrest, possession with intent to deliver
- 12-/21/2017 - Convicted of being a felon in possession of a weapon with intent