Police say 31-year-old Michelle Lynn Stephey & 30-year-old David Reese Russell were brawling on Broadway in downtown Nashville just before 3 a.m. this weekend, both with visible injuries. Each gave different drunken stories, and police were unable to determine who was the primary aggressor, so both were booked for public intoxication, avoiding any more serious charges while on their trip to Nashville. #VisitMusicCity
58-year-old Gladys Wills went wild Saturday when police say she was hit by a vehicle in downtown Nashville and assaulted that driver, for which she received an assault citation. She then got into a physical fight with her daughter, while her granddaughter got a ride home from MNPD. Once they were all back to the residence, she then assaulted her granddaughter, too, grabbing her by the throat, leaving visible injuries. She’s free on a $1,000 bond.
35-year-old Launce Wickesberg was found at the GFL House in downtown Nashville, extremely intoxicated, and unable to walk on his own. Police say he was uncooperative, in need of assistance, and a danger to himself. He was charged with public intoxication.
26-year-old Sebastian Keitel was charged with disorderly conduct at the Tin Roof on Demonbreun, after police say he became irate and was bounced from the bar, then attempted to fight security at the location.
21-year-old Blake Aaron Layman says he had “5 or 6 beers” at Jason Aldean’s bar before he passed out on the ground in a parking space. When officers found him late Friday night and woke him up, he staggered to another parking spot where he threw up before being arrested for public intoxication.
19-year-old Christian Clayton Ham, from Oklahoma, posted photos of him drinking at Nashville bars on social media this weekend, with his family. Late Saturday night, he was at Rippy’s on Broadway when venue security was attempting to get him to leave, but he didn’t want to go. He is charged with public intoxication and underage drinking.
Police say 27-year-old Brandy Putman was at Tin Roof on Demonbreun early Saturday morning when her friend became so ill that medics were called for assistance. Brandy was disruptive and would not allow them to care for her friend, and was so belligerent that she was arrested for public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Police say a friend of 24-year old Blake West Bevans called them to say their friend was extremely intoxicated and should be checked on, giving them his location on Blakemore Ave. Police say he was walking into traffic and resisted arrest, and refused medical treatment, so they were left with no choice but to book him into jail for public intoxication.
TABC agents arrested 58-year-old Petrus Sukodarmanto into jail this week after observing him serving alcohol to a 19-year-old female informant at Ninki Japanese Steakhouse. He is free on pre-trial release.
32-year-old David Hogan admits to driving from “somewhere on Broadway” to near Lipscomb University, and taking “a few shots” along the way. When police responded to the area, they located him leaning against a fence in the backyard of a residence, with his arm through the neck hole of his shirt, and profusely sweating. Neighbors say he left his car parked with its hazards on while he was drunkenly roaming through the neighborhood. He blew a 0.139 BAC.