41-year-old Tony A. Gainous is charged with public intoxication and criminal trespass after his behavior at a Vanderbilt Football game last week. Vanderbilt Police initially responded to an individual, identified as Gainous, who was sitting in the wrong section. It was soon discovered he did not have a ticket to the game and was escorted outside the gates. A short time later, he jumped the gate and drunkenly ran onto the football field, stumbling and falling. He was issued a criminal trespass warning and again escorted from the property. Still not deterred, Gainous then jumped Gate 2 to get into the stadium. Tired of dealing with his antics, Vanderbilt police took him into custody and transported him to booking downtown.
Officers were on Percy Drive on another unrelated call when they came in contact with 36-year-old Vitalina Yegorov Holder, who was standing beside her Silver Mercedes, which was parked with the engine running. Officers immediately noticed her slurred speech and the smell of alcohol. She admitted to drinking “two White Claws” prior to driving. She was reportedly so intoxicated that field sobriety tests had to be stopped for her own safety. Inside her car was an opened case of White Claw seltzer drinks with two open cans nearby. She would later blow a 0.147% BAC on a breathalyzer, as she found out there are, in fact, still laws when drinking Claws — something she should have known, as she’s married to local attorney Chris Holder.
Orlando Hughes, the owner of Music City Protection, says he took 18-year-old Roy Davis into custody and detained him at Ezell Harding Christian School for “stealing packages” and even posted his photo on social media before detaining him in his vehicle while he waited for Metro Nashville Police to arrive. The teenager was unarmed when he was put into the vehicle to stay warm, and after two hours, Hughes was preparing to release Davis, as MNPD still had not responded to the scene, and he was no longer able to wait. He took Davis out of the vehicle and realized he was in possession of Hughes’ Glock 43x handgun, which had been stored in the glove compartment. Huges told the actual police officer that Davis “must have taken it when I wasn’t looking.” Hughes is a licensed armed security guard and a state-certified trainer. Davis was charged with theft of a firearm.