Metro Nashville Police were directed to 38-year-old Martin St-Pierre, who was in the bathroom of Honky Tonk Central. Security called police after St-Pierre became extremely intoxicated and they wanted him removed from the venue. He was unsteady on his feet and reeked of alcohol, according to officers on the scene. Due to his extreme state of intoxication, he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Police were dispatched to the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel in North Nashville Tuesday after 22-year-old Rikaia Jackson refused to pay for her room. The manager informed her she would be trespassed if she did not leave the property or pay for her room, and police say she declined both options. She was given multiple opportunities to gather her belonging and leave and was eventually taken into custody and charged with criminal trespass when she remained on the property without paying.
34-year-old Sean Andre Gambrell Jr. was found on the sidewalk out of the arrivals level of the Nashville International Airport at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday. His pants were down to his ankles and there was a near-empty jar of Old Forge Moonshine beside him. Airport police report his speech was slurred and he reeked of the smell of alcohol. He was unable to answer any questions when asked, and could not provide the contact information for anyone to come to pick him up. Due to his inability to care for himself, he was transported to booking, and charged with public intoxication.
60-year-old Neva Jean Mosley was jailed this week, charged with two counts of harassment of her ex-boyfriend, James Maurice Collins. Collins first called Metro Nashville police on May 23rd when Mosely showed up and refused to leave his house after he blocked her repeated calls throughout the day. In addition to the 43 calls from her number, he had an additional 66 missed calls from a ‘private’ number. He initially didn’t want to prosecute her for any crime, just to be left alone. She fled before police arrived on the 23rd, but once they were there she called from another blocked number, at which time the officer told her if she called again, it would be considered harassment. She called back three more times directly after that conversation. She called 12 more times on the 24th, 31 times on the 25th, and left a voicemail on the 25th, stating she was standing outside his home and “just saw the babies”.