Darren Anders charged with DUI 3rd offense after late-night crash

27-year-old Darren Anders was charged with DUI, being the reason for a crash on 02/17/2023 at Thompson Ln and Briley Pkwy. This is Anders’s third time being arrested for DUI, with convictions in 2018 and 2019. When officers arrived on the scene, medics stated that they believed Anders was intoxicated. Officers observed him swaying and losing balance. Anders displayed pinhole pupils, which is an indication of drug use. Defendant agreed to a field sobriety test which he performed poorly on, and was taken into custody. Anders refused a blood sample, so a warrant was obtained for a blood sample to be taken at the hospital.

Brendan Fielder Pitts knocks out roommate in downtown Nashville fight

Police say 26-year-old Brendan Fielder Pitts punched his roommate, Alain De Villiers, square in the face at 4th & Demonbreun in downtown Nashville Sunday night. The two reportedly argued about how drunk Brendan was and decided to leave. As Alain called for a ride, his roommate punched him, knocking him unconsciously momentarily. As he continued, Brendan caught up with him and punched him again, throwing him to the ground. Brendan also stole the keys to the house and attempted to flee as police arrived.

Nicholas ODonnell — drunk and disorderly at Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville

45-year-old Nicholas ODonnell was drunk and threatening to fight patrons at Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville late Sunday night. Officers arrived after being flagged down by security, and noted his extreme level of intoxication. He was taken into custody for public intoxication and transported to booking.

DUI: Alexis Radford drives wrong way on interstate

20-year-old Alexis Radford was stopped traveling in the wrong on I-40 East near Fesslers Lane in the early hours of Saturday morning. Officers conducted a DUI investigation due to Radford reeking of alcohol and being unsteady on her feet. She performed poorly on field sobriety test and was charged with DUI.

Soldier David Wingard couldn’t handle his alcohol in downtown Nashville

24-year-old U.S. Army Soldier David Wingard was kicked out of Legends Corner in downtown Nashville early Sunday morning and refused to leave the venue. Officers assisted him outside, but a short time later, he returned and was sleeping on the back patio. Officers approached him a second time and determined him to be highly intoxicated. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.

Florida teen Walt Scarborough caught underage drinking w/fake ID outside of Kid Rock’s bar

19-year-old Walt Scarborough was drinking an alcoholic beverage on the sidewalk in front of Kid Rock’s Bar in downtown Nashville in the early hours of Sunday morning. When officers approached and informed he he could only drink inside, Scarborough became confrontational and “stepped up” to officers.” They verified his ID was fake, and he was actually only 19-years-old, as he was carrying his actual ID on him, too. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.

Morgan Mills “falling into the arms of men she did not know” at Kid Rock’s bar in Nashville

Police say 29-year-old Morgan Mills was so drunk she was “falling into the arms of men she did not know” at Kid Rock’s Bar in downtown Nashville early Saturday morning. She was too intoxcated to care for herself and could not provide anyone to contact to assist her. She also couldn’t remember where she was staying. After refusing medical treatment, she was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.

DUI: Kierra Dies admits she’s drunk & flips off officer during arrest

19-year-old Kierra Dies flipped off officers before her arrest. Kierra was involved in a collision at exit 204A, where luckily, no one was injured. When the officer arrived, Dies stated, “I’m drunk, and I rear-ended him” She admits to having one beer. The empty beer can was located on the floor of the passenger’s side. Dies smelled of alcohol and had bloodshot watery eyes and slurred speech. She was placed under arrest after performing poorly on all field sobriety tests, but not before flipping off the officer, yelling obscenities, and cursing him out without ever confirming a yes or no to consent to submit a blood sample for testing.

Matthew Jones — too drunk for downtown Nashville

41-year-old Matthew Jones was taken into custody after officers observed him kick over a sign in front of Redneck Riviera, a bar located on Broadway. Jones was then grabbed by a bouncer and identified. He was unsteady on his feet, reeked of alcohol, and his eyes were bloodshot. Once Jones was detained, he told officers that he did not know where he was staying and didn’t know if he had been with anyone else earlier in the night and could not get a ride from anyone. Officers took him into custody for his own safety as he was highly intoxicated and had nowhere to go.

TSU Police wakes up sleeping man at Riverfront park to arrest him — Jonathan Counts

TSU Police Officer William Bottoms says he found 35-year-old Jonathan Countsasleep at Riverfront Park in downtown Nashville just before 6 a.m. on a Wednesday morning. He charged him with criminal trespass, noting the park closed at 11 p.m. It is unclear why TSU Officers were patrolling Riverfront Park at 6 a.m. and the department has not responded to inquiries about this story.