22-year-old Marcin Kruzel, from Chicago where he has prior street-racing-related arrests, was taken into custody early Sunday morning after threatening security staff at ACME in downtown Nashville, and telling them he was going to “fight them all”. He appeared drunk and belligerent, and refused to obey basic commands from officers, and was ‘tensing up’ on them during the encounter. He was charged with disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and resisting arrest. He is free on pre-trial release.
36-year-old tourist Katiane Cateano, from New Hampshire, is charged with assault of a health care provider after she walked up behind her nurse in the emergency room, grabbed her arm, and dug her fingernails into the nurse. The patient was upset because the nurse had asked her to keep the noise level down coming from her room, resulting in the assault and throwing of shoes. Hospital security was able to separate Cateano from the victim, and MNPD took her into custody. She is free on pre-trial release.
MNPD Officer Megan Arnett made a second arrest of an intoxicated person at the Titans’ game Sunday… 31-year-old Taylor Denney was reportedly causing a scene inside the stadium, having trouble standing on his own, and refused to leave on his own, so she took him into custody and charged him with #PublicIntoxication. Denney was also flagged to serve the full eight-hour hold before being released.
38-year-old Robert Clauer is charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct after being asked to leave a downtown business multiple times, only to become more belligerent each time, screaming expletives at MNPD officers and refusing to cooperate with them. He is free on pre-trial release.
24-year-old Jacob Elders was charged with #PublicIntoxication Sunday at the Titans’ game by MNPD Officer Megan Arnett, after she determined he was too drunk to take care of himself, and she says his ‘associates’ refused to be responsible for him. He spent the full 8-hour intoxication hold in jail before being released.
27-year-old Justin Oakley was charged with #DUI Sunday after crashing his vehicle in the parking lot of Nissan Stadium after the game. He admitted to consuming “4 shots of Bacardi” from a bottle found in the vehicle. He consented to a breathalyzer, on which he blew a 0.257 BAC, more than 3 times the legal limit in Tennessee. Oakley, from Hermitage, is free on pre-trial release, spending less than 3 hours in jail.
21-year-old Missouri tourist Anthony ‘Tony’ Waldner was booked into the Metro Nashville jail this weekend, charged with the assault of his girlfriend, Kaelyn Rawie. The two were reportedly drinking during the evening, and once back at their hotel after a concert at Ascend Amphitheater Thursday night, and he slapped her in the face, causing an injury to her lip. Waldner is free on a $1,000 cash bond, charged with simple assault (not domestic assault, according to court records).
A Nashville banking executive broke up with her boyfriend, 41-year-old COVA Wealth Management Advisor, David Biggs, and asked him to cease all contact. Since then he’s been sending dozens of emails, texts, social media messages, and photos… eventually even sending her a physical copy of his own book, and leaving a note on her car. He even contacted her daughter. David Biggs is free on a $1,500 bond.
55-year-old Stacey Murphy, the COO of the Tennessee Mental Health Consumers’ Association (TMHCA), is accused of repeatedly “rubbing her breasts” on a female employee, touching her inappropriately, forcing her to go to the Dive Motel with her, and being constantly drunk while at the office. When the employee asked her to stop touching her inappropriately, she reportedly responded “What if I can’t?”. Murphy is free on a $6,500 bond.
52-year-old Jonathan Murphy is charged with domestic assault after police say he pushed a prostitute, who had been living with him for approximately one week, out of his residence when she declined to have a threesome with him and another prostitute. He reportedly tossed all of her clothes outside and pushed her to the ground “with purpose”, resulting in minor injuries.