35-year-old Ohio RN Laura Ashley Prifogle was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail in the early hours of Sunday morning after she refused to leave the Moxy Hotel lobby, despite not being a guest. Downtown officers made contact with her and say she could not communicate clearly and was belligerent toward them. She then threw her phone in the direction of an officer.
Prifogle was taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct.
45-year-old Jeffrey Fiorillo was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Friday night after he became “irate” at Rippy’s bar in downtown Nashville and refused to sign his bar tab, according to police, who arrived to find him still arguing with venue security.
He was determined to be extremely intoxicated and unsafe to be left on his own.
27-year-old Dakota Jorge Veroy was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Saturday night after he refused to leave the FGL House bar in downtown Nashville after being escorted out at least once earlier in the evening for being disruptive. He became combative with security and was eventually taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
44-year-old Donald Maurice Wilson was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Monday after his ex-girlfriend, Paula Bail, reported she received a text message from Wilson which contained an adult intimate video of them together, with threats to show up to her workplace and show the video to her co-workers. She says when the recording was made she noticed he held up a phone, but says he told her he wasn’t recording.
Wilson is charged with unlawful photography and is free on a $1,000 bond.
24-year-old Seairra Reiter was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Sunday on multiple outstanding warrants charging from a prior incident during which she was transported via ambulance. Police say she became aggressive with EMS personnel and was kicking and spitting on them.
Once in the back of the ambulance she removed her tampon and used it to assault one of the paramedics.
25-year-old Alexandre Drolet Pollock told police “you can’t arrest me, I’m French Canadian” when he was found stumbling around downtown Nashville pulling on door handles of parked cars while slurring both his English and French when he asked to be left on the street to “sleep it off”.
Metro Nashville Police understood the assignment.
Police say 19-year-old Imani Nixon and her boyfriend, Kaveion McKissack, ended their relationship several days ago, and she had not returned to their shared apartment since. On January 22nd, Nixon returned to find another Kaveion and a female friend, Alex Mitchell, asleep in the bedroom She assaulted him, leaving his face swollen and scratches and marks on his face, chest, and shoulder.
She then tossed a box fan into his television, and tossed his Xbox from the second-floor apartment, down onto the ground, destroying it. Nixon is free on a $2,000 bond.
Officers found 23-year-old Olaoluwa “Laolu” Faparusi inside his disabled vehicle on Woodmont Blvd when officers approached to offer assistance. Faparusi told officers he had hit a pothole and was waiting on roadside assistance. Officers noticed front and back tire damage, along with a damaged mirror that Faparusi was unable to explain.
He eventually admitted to having a Sake drink before driving and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He is charged with DUI.
Bengals fan Keith Collins was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Saturday after he and another fan were in a verbal altercation in a parking area, and when Apex Security Guard Roberty Wiley attempted to de-escalate the situation, Collins punched him in the face.
Officers attempted to issue him a state citation, however, he refused to sign it so he was taken into custody.
31-year-old Travis Schmidt was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Saturday night after he was found laying on the floor inside a women’s restroom at Bridgestone Arena and refused to get up. As officers began to remove him from the women’s restroom by force they realized he was heavily intoxicated, and determined him to be unable to care for himself.
He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.