On Saturday, Edward Albert Batson, 65, was arrested, for his 159th charge in Nashville – and for the 66th time, the charge was dismissed. Are we so overcrowded that we are just dismissing minor charges, sometimes before they even get past intake/holding? It seems if you have 49 charges for public intoxication – at some point should you stop making the arrests, or petition the court for mandated rehab? Instead Nashville is just turning them back onto the street, without help or supervision, just charges dismissed.
- 159 charges in Nashville
- 66 dismissed overal
- 93 guilty overall
- Of dismissed, 49 were public intox.
- 36 addition charges in Madison Co, AL
Officers were informed by a citizen that a man was standing in the pond at Centennial Park yelling. Upon my arrival, I observed the defendant standing on an island in the middle of the pond yelling and cursing at other people in the park. The defendant then pulled down his pants, pulled out his penis, and began to urinate while facing a crowd of people. While the defendant was doing this, he was yelling at people to look at his “dick”.
Defendant was observed staggering while walking near 5th and Broadway. Officers observed the defendant pull down his pants and begin to defecate on the sidewalk next to the Nashville Covention Center sign. The defendant had an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person, bloodshot watery eyes, and slurred speech. Defendant was taken into custody for public intoxication.
The defendant was seen by Amanda Jacobs, witness, walking into Rippys Bar and Grill at 429 Broadway. As the defendant walked into the bar he was caring a hand held garden pump sprayer. The defendant then sprayed its contents onto the floor and one of the tables located in the bar. Amanda Jacobs confronted the defendant telling him he could not spray anything in the bar. She then went to get her manager, Murphy Woods, to come down. Mr. Woods told the defendant to leave at which time the defendant did so. The chemical sprayed was found by Police to be some type of low grade pesticide. The chemical contents was enough to damage the table and floor.
SUSPECT TOLD ARRESTING OFFICER THAT HE WOULD HAVE ME AND MY FAMILY KILLED BECAUSE OF HIS ARREST. SUSPECT STATED “I WOULD NEVER KNOW WHEN IT WAS COMING“
The witness is security for the Hotel. The witness observed the suspect inside the kitchen of the hotel. The suspect had opened a case of wine and was drinking a bottle when he was located by the witness. The suspect had also entered the chef’s office area, stolen a chef’s jacket and was wearing it underneath his jacket. The witness called police and held the suspect until police arrived and placed him in custody. The suspect had been removed from the hotel property several times earlier in the week and told not to return. The suspect has no legitimate purpose in / on the hotel property.
SUSPECT HAD IN HIS POSSESSION AN INJECTABLE 20 ML BOTTLE OF LIDOCAINE/EPINEPHRINE STOLEN FROM THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL.
SUBJECT WENT TO THE 417 UNION BAR AND RESTAURANT AND ORDERED TWO SHOTS OF BOURBON AT $5.00 EACH. WHEN THE BARTENDER GAVE HIM THE TAB, SUBJECT STATED THAT HE DIDN’T HAVE ANY MONEY. AT THE TIME, THE DEFENDANT SMELLED HEAVILY OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE AND HAD SLURRED SPEECH.
Suspect was reportedly causing a disturbance at the ROTIER’S Restaurant on Elliston Pl. Suspect was found by Vanderbilt Police in a parking lot accross the street. BATSON had red, watery eyes, slurred speech, and the strong smell of an alocoholic beverage on his breath. Suspect stated he had not been drinking, than later stated he had a pint of wine.
Police were called near 2nd Av N and Broadway due to the actions of the defendant. He was intoxicated and had a can of alcoholic beverage in his hand and he was yelling at persons working and touring the city. He was using profanity and offending persons he came into contact with by threatening them. Persons were actually moving away in the other direction to avoid the defendant to prevent possible bodily injury.
The defendant was inside Printers Alley, where several complaints were made of an intoxicated male matching his description. The defendant was found to smell heavily of alcoholic beverage, had slurred speech, and was unsteady on his feet.
Defendant solicited a taxi cab from the airport area to 3rd Ave N and Commerce St. in Downtown Nashville. Once at the destination he did not have money to pay the fare and refused to get out of the cab creating a dangerous situation for other motorists. He stated that the sign on the cab said “Free Rides”. It actually says “Ask me how to get a free ride”. He finally got out of the cab when asked by police. He had an odor of alcohol on his breath and person and was unsteady on his feet. The cab driver refused to prosecute for the theft of services.
Officers recieved several calls about a disorderly person at several of the businesses on Elliston Pl. The defendant fir the description and was found at Elliston Pl and Reidhurst Ave with a cup full of beer. The defendant admitted that he had been drinking and had taken his medication. The defendant also admitted that he was “drunk and acting a fool.”
SUSPECT WAS TOLD NOT TO COME BACK TO 2700 WEST END AV., MC DONALDS RESTAURANT. SUSPECT CAME TO LOCATION AND YELLED AT PATRONS, CAUSING FEAR.
Police received a call from 305 Church St. (Fire Finch Boutique) about the defendant being intoxicated and harassing them and their customers. Upon arrival, I observed the defendant sitting in the doorway of the listed business drinking a beer form a plastic cup. Upon making contact with the defendant I detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person, red watery eyes and very slurred speech. Based on my observations and the nature of the call, I felt the defendant was a danger to himself, others and unresonably annoyed people. The defendant was placed into custody for safekeeping.
Officer was dispatched to a disorderly person call at 310 Church St. The complainant stated a homeless male was tearing up trash cans in the parking garage. Officers made contact with the suspect in Printers Alley. The suspect was unsteady on his feet, slurred his words, was unreasonably annoying people in the vicinity, was deemed unable to care for himself, and was arrested for public intoxication.
subject was observed walking into traffic almost causing an accident and injurying himself. subject stated that he had two 40oz beers. he had a strong odor smell of alcohol coming from his person and was a danger to himself and others.
The defendant was staggering down the sidewalk on Church St towards 1St Ave. The defendant was grabbing and trying to hug females as they walked by. The defendant had a strong odor of alcohol was coming from his breath and had slurred speech. The defendant could barely stand on his own power and was taken into custody.
The defendant was observed staggering around in the parking lot at 639 Lafayette. The defendant was obviously intoxicated with the odor of alcohol on his breath, blood shot watery eyes, slurred speech and he was unsteady on his feet. The defendant could not take reasonable care of himself due to his level of intoxication and the Mission refused to take him.
Def was observed harassing citizens as they were using the sidewalk. Def was observed blocking their path as they tried to avoid him. When contact was made a strong odor of alcohol was observed coming from his person, def also showed other signs of intoxication with his slurred speech, blood shot watery eyes and being unsteady on his feet. Def also admitted to drinking today. Because the def was annoyance to the public and was intoxicated he was taken it custody for public intoxication.
I was patrolling in the area of broadway near 4th av s when I was flagged down by a citizen and informed that the defendant was walking up and down broadway trying to sell some little white pills. I was also told that the defendant was making threats and cussing patrons walking around down town. The citizen then pointed up broadway toward and said that he was the person wearing the orange shirt. I then drove to where the defendant was standing, but he had gone inside the honky tonk bar. Other people begin approaching me and saying the defendant was trying to sell them pills and cussing and threatening them also. I went into the hornky tonk bar where the defendant was seating and learned that the security personnel at that location was trying to get the defendant to leave his establishment. I asked the defendant to step outside with me, and immediately noticed that the defendant’s eyes were glassy red, his speech was slur and he was very unsteady on his feet. I smelled an odor of alcohol coming from the defendant’s breath. The defendant told me that he had just left printer alley from drinking. The defendant began cussing and threatening me once I placed him under arrest. He then begin calling me derogatory names and continued doing so until he was at booking.
The defendant was observed standing in the middle of the intersection of 2nd Av and Broadway impeding traffic. When approached by officers it was observed him having bloodshot/watery eyes and slurred speech. Further observations of the defendant were that he was unsteady on his feet and he had an obvious odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person. The defendant was taken into custody for public intoxication.
The defendant was observed by Lt Brown standing in the middle of Broadway. When the defendant was aproached, he had severely slurred speech, was uneasy on his feet, stubbling while walking, and appeared to be intoxicated. The defendant has an extensive history of public intoxication. The weather was well below freezing and due to the defendant standing in the middle of Broadway, the defendant appeared to be a danger to himself and others causing him to be arrested.
The defendant was observed walking in a very unsteady manner near 4th ave . @ Church st. Upon approaching the defendant , it was observed that he had slurred speech , blood shot eyes ,and smelled strongly of an alcoholic beverage.
Def was disturbing the customers of the restaurants on Broadway. While speaking with the def I could smell an extreme odor of alcoholic beverages. His eyes were red/ blood shot watery and his pupils were dilated. He had slurred speech and a stagger to his walk.
The suspect was seen walking past other on the street asking them for money, and when they would refuse he would yell and curse them. When police talked to he it became obvious that he was under the influence of an intoxicant due to his unsteady gate and the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person. it would not have been safe to allow him to remain in public due to his level of intoxication.
I was dispatched to 2611 West End on a call of a white male staggering and falling down. When I arrived I found Mr. Batson in the parking lot of 2611 West End. Mr. Batson was extremely unsteady on his feet and could not walk on his own. Mr. Batson’s speech was extremely slurred and he had difficulty answering questions. I placed Mr. Batson underarrest for Public Intoxication and transported him to Metro Criminal Justice Center for booking on Public Intoxication.
Def was observed in printers alley harassing citizens by asking for money and attempting to get in to the bars in printers ally. When contact was made with the def an open can of Budweiser beer was observed in his hand and a strong odor of alcohol coming from his person. Def showed numerous signs of intoxication with his blood shot watery eyes, slurred speech and being unsteady on his feet. Def admitted he had been drinking all day. Because the def was annoyance to the public in Printers Ally and showed signs of intoxication he was taken into custody for public intoxication.
We received a call on a male white subject that was drunk and cursing and screaming at pedestrians. We located the defendant at 160 2nd Avenue North. The defendant was standing on the sidewalk drinking beer from a plastic cup. The defendant smelled strongly of alcohol and had slurred, confused speech. The defendant was unsteady on his feet. The defendant was very loud. The defendant’s behavior was consistent with someone who is intoxicated. That section of 2nd Ave. N. is crowded with tourists at that time of the day.
Officers observed the defendnat walking with an unsteady gait on the sidewalk near 117 2nd Av N. Officers made contact with the defendant and immediately detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person and breath. The defendant spoke with slurred speech, made little or no sense when he was able to be understood, had watery red eyes, and he admitted to drinking. The defendant was a danger to himself being unable to properly care for himself.
Police were dispatched to 5th Avenue N and Church Street on a call about a suspicious person looking into parked cars. When police arrived the defendant was identified by the person who called police as the suspicious person. When police approached the defendant they observed that he had difficulty standing, could not speak intelligibly, and had a strong odor of alcoholic beverage emanating from his person. The defendant was in no condition to care for himself.
Officer was flagged down by door security of club Mcfaddens and was told the defendant was trying to enter different bars in the area after being told to leave. Officer was given the defendant’s description and found the defendant across the street at Buck Wild Bar. The defendant was arguing with the doorman after being told to leave. The defendant had the odor of alcohol, red watery eyes and unsteady on his feet. The defendant stated he was going back in the bar as soon as he could and the doorman couldn’t stop him.
The defendant was the subject ofa call to police that reported him as walking behind the counter at paradise park restaurant and attempting to get into the cash register. His attempt was unsuccessful and he was attempting to leave the area on foot upon Police arrival. We stopped him a block away and he was noticeably very intoxicated. His speech was slurred. His eyes were blood shot watery and red. He was unsteady on his feet. There was a powerful odor of alcohol about his person. He was taken into custody for P.I……..AGAIN!
On 05/24/2007 the above subject WALKED INTO THE STANDARD RESTURANT’S OUTSIDE COURTYARD WHILE PATRONS WERE EATING AND CAUSED A DISTURBANCE. THE SUBJECT HAD BEEN DRINKING AND HE WAS OFFERED A MEAL BUT HE REFUSED TO CALM DOWN. THE SUBJECT WAS ADVISED TO PUT HIS SHOES BACK ON, BUT HE CONTINUED TO ACT UP IN THE RESTURANT AND PUBLIC SIDEWALK.
Officer responded to 220 printers ally on a disorderly person. When I arrived I observed the defendant harassing employees. The defendant had a strong odor of mouth wash that he admitted to be drinking, slurred speech and red watery bloodshot eyes. Officer took him into custody for his own protection and the reasonable likelihood that the offense will continue.
THE DEFENDANT WAS ATTEMPTING TO BOARD A BUS AT THE MUSIC CENTRAL CITY BUS STATION. THE BUS DRIVER FLAGGED DOWN OFFICERS WORKING AT THE LOCATION DUE TO THE DEFENDANT BEING EXTREMELY INTOXICATED. THE DEFENDANT HAD A STRONG ODOR OF ALCOHOL BEING EXPELLED ABOUT HIS PERSON, SLURRED SPEECH, WATERY EYES AND WAS VERY UNSTEADY ON HIS FEET. THE DEFENDANT WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY FOR BEING A DANGER TO HIMSELF.
OFFICERS RESPONDED TO TWO PRIOR COMPLAINTS OF THE SUBJECT HARRASSING AND YELLING AT PASSERBYS. THE SUBJECT WAS WARNED THAT IF OFFICERS RECEIVED ANOTHER COMPLAINT ABOUT HIM, THAT HE WOULD BE ARRESTED FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT. THE SUBJECT WAS ADVISED TO LEAVE THE DOWNTOWN AREA FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE NIGHT. OFFICERS RECEIVED A THIRD COMPLAINT OF THE SAME INDIVIDUAL HARRASSING AND YELLING AT INDIVIDUALS ON 2ND AVENUE NORTH AND COMMERCE ST. THE SUBJECT DISREGARDED OFFICER’S DIRECTIONS TO LEAVE THE DOWNTOWN AREA AND WAS ARRESTED FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT.
on 2/14/2017 officers were patrolling in the area of buchanan st and 15th ave n at approximately 0100 when they observed the defendant stumbling along the middle of buchanan between 15th and 16th ave n. He was extremely unsteady on his feet, smell of alcohol, and nearly fell in the middle of the road multiple times. officers also observed him trying to flag down two separate passing vehicles, which narrowly missed hitting him.
On 04/29/2015 0145 hours police were doing a walking patrol when they observed the defendant laying in the bushes at the corner of Broadway and 2nd Avenue North. Police spoke with the defendant who had a strong odor of alcohol being expelled about his person, slurred speech, red bloodshot watery eyes and was very unsteady on his feet. The defendant was taken into custody due to being a danger to himself.
On 04/22/2015 0115 hours at the location of Broadway and 4th Avenue North police observed the defendant walking up to citizens and asking them for money. Police had given the subject a warning earlier in the night not to be harassing citizens. Police spoke with the defendant who had a strong odor of alcohol being expelled about his breath, slurred speech, red bloodshot watery eyes, and was unsteady on his feet. The defendant was taken into custody for public intoxication reasonably annoying people in the vicinity.
POLICE WERE SITTING OUTSIDE OF THE CJC CENTER WHILE THE DEFENDANT WAS OUTSIDE YELLING AT ALL PEOPLE WALKING PAST HIM. SECURITY AT THE CJC BUILDING ADVISED POLICE THAT THE DEFENDANT HAD BEEN OUTSIDE BOTHERING PEOPLE SINCE 2300 HOURS. POLICE TALKED TO THE DEFENDANT AND GAVE THE DEFENDANT A CHANCE TO LEAVE BUT THE DEFENDANT RETURNED SHORTLY AFTER. THE DEFENDANT HAD STRONG SMELL OF AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMEING FROM HIS PERSON, WAS UNSTEADY ON HIS FEET, AND HAD VERY SLURRED SPEECH AND BLOOD SHOT WATERY EYES.
The defendant was observed lying on the sidewalk of 6th Av South at the intersection of Demonbreun St. The sidewalk was very busy with foot traffic and the defendant lying on the sidewalk forced people to walk into the lane of traffic to get around the defendant. When I made contact with the defendant he was found to be highly intoxicated by alcohol indicated by: a strong odor of alcohol about his person, unsteadiness on his feet, watery eyes, and extremely slurred speech patterns. The defendant was in such an intoxicated state that he was unable to care for himself.
POLICE WERE DISPATCHED TO 301 UNION ST REGARDING A CUSTOMER REFUSING TO PAY FOR DRINKS THAT HE HAD CONSUMED. UPON ARRIVAL, I OBSERVED THE DEFENDANT WALKING AWAY FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT FOLLOWED BY THE VICTIM. AS I APPROACHED THE DEFENDANT, I OBSERVED THAT HE HAD BLOOD SHOT WATERY EYES, UNSTEADY ON HIS FEET, SLURRED SPEECH, AND THE DISTINCT AROMA OF AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE EMANATING FROM HIS EXPELLED BREATH. I WAS ADVISED BY THE VICTIM THAT THEY WERE NOT WILLING TO PROSECUTE FOR THE THEFT OF SERVICES/MERCHANDISE TOTALING $39.76(ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) AND THAT HE JUST WANTED THE DEFENDANT OFF THE PROPERTY. I MIRANDIZED THE DEFENDANT WHO LATER ADMITTED TO DRINKING ALCOHOL FROM THE BUSINESS. BASED OF THE DEFENDANT’S CURRENT STATE, HE WOULD PROVE TO BE A DANGER TO HIMSELF AND OTHERS IF HE WERE LEFT ALONE.
The complainant, Eshetu Yelemwosser, saw the defendant enter his store intoxicated, King Market 300 Church St. He has told the defendant in the past that he is not allowed in the store. The complainant refused to sell beer to the defendant and asked him to leave. The defendant took the beer and dropped two beer bottles on the floor breaking them on purpose. The beers are valued at $2.69 each, totaling $5.38. Both beers were totaly destroyed
Police were flagged down by the employees at the Men’s Mission at 639 Lafayette who stated they had 2 individuals fighting and refusing to leave the property. Upon approaching the defendant he was standing outside the front door of the mission with Mr. Honeycutt and the other individual he was fighting with. Mr. Honeycutt stated that the defendant was asked to leave the property after starting fights at the location with employees. He then refused and Mr. Honeycutt asked him to leave again and he refused. The mission currently has a trespass wavier on file and the defendant was then taken into custody due to the reasonable likelihood the offense will continue.
Received mumerous complaints on the defendant being intoxicated on Broadway, going into several businesses and annoying customers and tourists. He smelled heavily of alcoholic beverages and was unsteady, slurring his words, and belligerant.
The defendant was observed staggering as he walked near 4th Av and Broadway. A short time later, the defendant was observed standing in the middle of the same intersection. Officers approached the defendant and immediately smelled the obvious odor of alcoholic beverage coming from his person. The defendant admitted to drinking. For the defendant’s safety, he was transported to booking for public intoxication.
POLICE OBSERVED THE DEFENDANT WALKING ACROSS WEST END IN THE MIDDLE OF TRAFFIC. THE DEFENDANT WALKED IN FRONT MULTIPLE MOVING VEHICLES CAUSING THEM TO STOP TO LET THE DEFENDANT PASS. THE DEFENDANT WAS STUMBLING AROUND WITH HIS PANTS DOWN BY HIS KNEES. WHEN POLICE STOPPED THE DEFENDANT, THEY COULD SMELL A STRONG SMELL OF AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMING FROM HIS PERSON. THE DEFENDANT HAD BLOOD SHOT WATERY EYES, SLURRED SPEECH, AND WAS EXTREMELY UNSTEADY ON HIS FEET. THE DEFENDANT TOLD POLICE THAT HE HAD BEEN DRINKING EARLIER IN THE DAY.
|ARR DATE||Arrest Charge||Judge||T||RESULT|
|5/25/1994||Vandalism||Brown, John P||M||Guilty|
|6/27/1994||Theft of Property >$1000||Washburn, Donald||F||Guilty|
|3/15/1995||Disorderly Conduct||Sadler, Phillip||M||Guilty|
|3/22/1995||Agg Criminal Trespass||Higgins, William||M||Guilty|
|3/22/1995||Assault – Bodily Injury||Higgins, William||M||Guilty|
|4/17/1995||Criminal Trespass||Faimon, William||M||Guilty|
|4/17/1995||Disorderly Conduct||Robinson, Gale||M||Guilty|
|4/17/1995||Public Intox||Robinson, Gale||M||Guilty|
|4/21/1995||Disorderly Conduct||Robinson, Gale||Guilty|
|5/1/1995||Criminal Trespass||Sadler, Phillip||M||Guilty|
|5/11/1995||Disorderly Conduct||Sadler, Phillip||M||Dismissed|
|7/2/2000||Disorderly Conduct||Moreland, Casey||M||Guilty|
|7/2/2000||Public Intox||Moreland, Casey||M||Guilty|
|7/2/2000||Resisting Arrest||Moreland, Casey||M||Guilty|
|7/7/2000||Public Intox||Evans, Sue||M||Guilty|
|7/8/2000||Criminal Trespass||Evans, Sue||M||Guilty|
|7/8/2000||Disorderly Conduct||Evans, Sue||M||Guilty|
|3/27/2003||Disorderly Conduct||Holt, Aaron||M||Guilty|
|4/3/2003||Disorderly Conduct||Moreland, Casey||M||Guilty|
|4/3/2003||Public Intox||Moreland, Casey||M||Guilty|
|4/12/2003||Disorderly Conduct||Ruben, Leon||M||Guilty|
|5/17/2003||Disorderly Conduct||Fishburn, Mark||M||Guilty|
|5/17/2003||Vandalism u/$500||Fishburn, Mark||M||Guilty|
|6/10/2003||Reckless Endangerment||Fishburn, Mark||F||Guilty|
|6/10/2003||Vandalism o/$500||Fishburn, Mark||F||Dismissed|
|7/26/2003||Disorderly Conduct||Faimon, William||M||Guilty|
|7/26/2003||Public Indecency||Faimon, William||M||Guilty|
|7/26/2003||Public Intox||Faimon, William||M||Guilty|
|7/31/2003||Criminal Trespass||Faimon, William||M||Guilty|
|7/31/2003||Disorderly Conduct||Faimon, William||M||Retired|
|4/6/2004||Criminal Trespass||Holt, Aaron||M||Guilty|
|4/6/2004||Public Intox||Holt, Aaron||M||Guilty|
|9/25/2004||Disorderly Conduct||Evans, Sue||M||Guilty|
|10/1/2004||Criminal Trespass||Ruben, Leon||M||Guilty|
|10/10/2004||Disorderly Conduct||Higgins, William||M||Guilty|
|10/10/2004||Obst Passage||Higgins, William||M||Guilty|
|10/10/2004||Public Intox||Higgins, William||M||Guilty|
|10/19/2004||Disorderly Conduct||Brown, John P||M||Guilty|
|10/22/2004||Theft-Services u/$500||Ruben, Leon||M||Guilty|
|3/11/2005||Criminal Trespass||Ruben, Leon||Guilty|
|3/20/2005||Agg Criminal Trespass||Mondelli, Michael||M||Guilty|
|3/20/2005||Disorderly Conduct||Mondelli, Michael||M||Guilty|
|3/20/2005||Resisting Arrest||Mondelli, Michael||M||Guilty|
|6/17/2005||Criminal Trespass||Brown, John P||M||Guilty|
|6/17/2005||Public Intox||Brown, John P||M||Guilty|
|6/22/2005||Criminal Trespass||Faimon, William||M||Guilty|
|7/25/2005||Criminal Trespass||Higgins, William||M||Dismissed|
|7/29/2005||Disorderly Conduct||Ruben, Leon||M||Dismissed|
|7/29/2005||Public Intox||Ruben, Leon||M||Dismissed|
|3/15/2006||Disorderly Conduct||Evans, Sue||M||Guilty|
|3/15/2006||Public Intox||Evans, Sue||M||Guilty|
|3/23/2006||Disorderly Conduct||Ruben, Leon||M||Guilty|
|3/23/2006||Public Intox||Ruben, Leon||M||Guilty|
|3/31/2006||Disorderly Conduct||Higgins, William||M||Guilty|
|4/6/2006||Criminal Trespass||Mondelli, Michael||M||Guilty|
|4/6/2006||Disorderly Conduct||Mondelli, Michael||M||Guilty|
|4/16/2006||Disorderly Conduct||Faimon, William||M||Guilty|
|4/16/2006||Littering 2nd >||Faimon, William||M||Guilty|
|4/16/2006||Theft u/$500||Faimon, William||M||Guilty|
|7/21/2006||Ped Sol||Moreland, Casey||M||Guilty|
|7/21/2006||Public Intox||Moreland, Casey||M||Guilty|
|8/9/2006||Criminal Trespass||Faimon, William||M||Guilty|
|8/9/2006||Public Intox||Faimon, William||M||Dismissed|
|8/9/2006||Theft u/$500||Faimon, William||M||Dismissed|
|1/15/2008||Disorderly Conduct||Ruben, Leon||M||Guilty|
|6/16/2008||Criminal Trespass||Mondelli, Michael||M||Guilty|
|5/7/2009||Disorderly Conduct||Evans, Sue||M||Guilty|
|5/7/2009||Public Intox||Evans, Sue||M||Dismissed|
|5/11/2009||Agg Criminal Trespass||Turner, Diane||M||Dismissed|
|5/11/2009||Disorderly Conduct||Turner, Diane||M||Guilty|
|5/11/2009||Poss or Casual Exch||Turner, Diane||M||Dismissed|
|5/11/2009||Retaliation Past Action||Moreland, Casey||F||Dismissed|
|5/11/2009||Theft u/$500||Turner, Diane||M||Guilty|
|6/1/2009||Att Fel C/S||Dumas, Gloria||F||Guilty|
|6/26/2009||Disorderly Conduct||Dalton, Angelita||M||Guilty|
|7/10/2009||Disorderly Conduct||Holt, Aaron||M||Guilty|
|7/15/2009||Criminal Trespass||Einstein, Dan||M||Guilty|
|7/22/2009||Littering – Mitigating||Einstein, Dan||M||Guilty|
|7/22/2009||Public Intox||Einstein, Dan||M||Guilty|
|7/29/2009||Disorderly Conduct||Higgins, William||M||Guilty|
|7/29/2009||Indecent Exposure||Higgins, William||M||Dismissed|
|7/29/2009||Public Intox||Higgins, William||M||Dismissed|
|8/13/2011||Vandalism u/$500||Holt, Aaron||M||Guilty|
|8/24/2011||Agg Assault||Higgins, William||F||Guilty|
|9/5/2011||Disorderly Conduct||Dalton, Angelita||M||Guilty|
|9/5/2011||Public Intox||Dalton, Angelita||M||Guilty|
|9/5/2011||Retaliation Past Action||Dalton, Angelita||F||Guilty|
|9/10/2011||Criminal Trespass||Higgins, William||M||Guilty|
|1/20/2012||Public Intox||Turner, Diane||M||Dismissed|
|2/4/2012||Disorderly Conduct||Dalton, Angelita||M||Guilty|
|2/11/2012||Public Intox||Dumas, Gloria||M||Dismissed|
|2/17/2012||Public Intox||Robinson, Gale||M||Dismissed|
|2/18/2012||Disorderly Conduct||Robinson, Gale||M||Guilty|
|2/25/2012||Public Intox||Einstein, Dan||M||Dismissed|
|2/27/2012||Public Intox||Einstein, Dan||M||Dismissed|
|2/27/2012||Theft-Services u/$500||Einstein, Dan||M||Guilty|
|3/10/2012||Public Intox||Holt, Aaron||M||Dismissed|
|3/15/2012||Public Intox||Holt, Aaron||M||Dismissed|
|3/17/2012||Public Intox||Evans, Sue||M||Dismissed|
|4/7/2012||Public Intox||Higgins, William||M||Dismissed|
|4/8/2012||Public Intox||Higgins, William||M||Dismissed|
|4/11/2012||Public Intox||Higgins, William||M||Dismissed|
|4/16/2012||Public Intox||Dalton, Angelita||M||Dismissed|
|4/18/2012||Public Intox||Dalton, Angelita||M||Dismissed|
|4/20/2012||Disorderly Conduct||Dalton, Angelita||Dismissed|
|4/20/2012||Public Intox||Dalton, Angelita||M||Guilty|
|4/23/2012||Public Intox||Dumas, Gloria||M||Dismissed|
|4/24/2012||Public Intox||Dumas, Gloria||M||Guilty|
|7/26/2012||Criminal Trespass||Holt, Aaron||M||Guilty|
|7/26/2012||Public Intox||Holt, Aaron||M||Guilty|
|8/6/2012||Disorderly Conduct||Jameson, Michael||M||Dismissed|
|8/17/2012||Public Intox||Turner, Diane||M||Dismissed|
|8/31/2012||Public Intox||Dalton, Angelita||M||Dismissed|
|9/1/2012||Public Intox||Dalton, Angelita||M||Dismissed|
|9/14/2012||Public Intox||Dumas, Gloria||M||Dismissed|
|9/18/2012||Criminal Trespass||Robinson, Gale||M||Guilty|
|9/18/2012||Public Intox||Robinson, Gale||M||Guilty|
|9/29/2012||Public Intox||Mondelli, Michael||M||Dismissed|
|9/30/2012||Public Intox||Mondelli, Michael||M||Dismissed|
|10/23/2012||Theft-Services u/$500||Bell, Rachel||M||Guilty|
|11/13/2014||Criminal Trespass||Blackburn, Melissa||M||Dismissed|
|4/17/2015||Obst Passage||Bell, Rachel||M||Dismissed|
|4/17/2015||Public Intox||Bell, Rachel||M||Dismissed|
|4/17/2015||Resisting Arrest||Bell, Rachel||M||Guilty|
|4/22/2015||Public Intox||Jones, Lynda||M||Dismissed|
|4/26/2015||Public Intox||Blackburn, Melissa||M||Dismissed|
|4/29/2015||Public Intox||Blackburn, Melissa||M||Dismissed|
|2/14/2017||Obst Passage||Blackburn, Melissa||M||Dismissed|
|2/14/2017||Ped Sol||Blackburn, Melissa||M||Dismissed|
|2/14/2017||Public Intox||Blackburn, Melissa||M||Dismissed|
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