22-year-old Ariayanna Holt is charged with getting into her vehicle and purposefully and intentionally driving into the vehicle of Kassidy Benthal, which was occupied by Benthal and her friend, in an attempt to harm Benthal. The incident occurred in the early hours of Friday morning in downtown Nashville after Holt reportedly realized that her boyfriend had two girlfriends.
Around 6 p.m. Sunday, multiple people began to report a female passed out on 4th Ave just north of Broadway. Officers and first responders located 34-year-old Kristin Harrison as the person in question, and after a few minutes, she was responsive and able to sit up and speak with them. She was heavily intoxicated, reeked of alcohol, and was unable to stand steadily. Despite multiple attempts to arrange for someone to pick her up or a ride to her destination, no arrangement were able to be made and she was transported to booking where she was charged with public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Police Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville Sunday encountered 22-year-old Connor Schultz outside of 300 Broadway after he was asked to leave a bar by security. Officers say he was entirely too intoxicated to care for himself in public, and transported him to booking, charging him with public intoxication.
23-year-old Louie Simonyi was found in the entrance to the parking garage of 2111 Belcourt Ave just after 8 a.m. Sunday with dried blood, scratch marks, and cuts on his face, chest, arms, and hands. There was also a glass door from the building into the parking garage which was shattered. He told police he had an argument with his girlfriend, who was not present, and it was “all a misunderstanding”. He claimed the injuries were from a mosh it from a concert the night prior. With so many different stories, security footage was reviewed and it showed at 5:05 a.m. Simonyi appears at the scene and forces the glass door open by yanking on the handle and slamming it against a railing then breaking off the handle and using it to shatter the door.
TSU Campus Police Officer Ajee Smith responded to Rudolph Hall late Saturday night in response to a disorderly student. Student Jaylah Croft was in a physical fight with Security Officer Tyaundrea Hughes. Officers say they attempted to separate the two individuals and Croft continued to be combative and show aggression to officers and Sgt. Christopher Brooks. Croft then charged at Hughes and then resisted arrest. Officers report that Croft sustained unspecified injuries while resisting arrest.
68-year-old Robert Mackenzie was found outside of Honky Tonk Central by officers working the Entertainment District Initiative on Saturday. Mackenzie was barely able to stand and obviously intoxicated. As he was being taken into custody for public intoxication a loaded .22 caliber handgun was found in his pocket. He was charged with public intoxication and possession of a handgun while under the influence.
Metro Nashville Police say 34-year-old Phil Cebula was in front of Kid Rock’s Bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville attempting to fight another person. Officers were able to intervene, and placed him into custody for disorderly conduct after it appeared the aggressive behavior would continue if he were only given a citation.
46-year-old Mortgage Loan Originator Angela York was jailed Thursday after her ex-boyfriend, Raburn Davis, Jr., says she appeared at his home uninvited and became disorderly when he demanded her to leave the property. He says she scratched his car and attempted to shatter the glass storm door of his house. In a detailed affidavit and application for an order of protection, Davis says his ex-lover claims to practice “black magic” and has told him she “owns him” and that she wasn’t afraid of the police. He claims she attempted to poison him while in Florida and has threatened to “cut him up and put him in a bag”. When contacted about the charge, Angela York stated Davis has “lost his mind” and denies all allegations.
Nashville Fire Department medics had to force entry into the vehicle of 23-year-old Gabriela Valencia after she drove off the road and was found passed out behind the wheel of her vehicle near the Hardee’s on Nolensville Road. Police arrived soon after she had become responsive and observed her to be heavily intoxicated. Valencia stated she was coming from Del Monte’s where she had been drinking and admitted that she knew she had too much to drink prior to driving. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking.
After 47-year-old Curtis Payton crashed his Escalade into a construction zone barrier in North Nashville he told Metro Nashville Police officers he was “done” with trying to perform a one-legged standing during field sobriety testing, stating that he had two margaritas at Las Palmas in West Nashville and was drunk. He further told the officers he “knew their tricks because he has a good attorney” — which is doubtful considering he just fully confessed to drinking and driving with more details than they ever asked for. During a formal interview, he was Mirandized and further stated he had drank two 16oz Dos Equis beers. Still unable to be quiet, he added “I believe that someone put something in my alcohol because I am drunk”. All admissions were recorded on body-worn and in-car cameras.