DUI: Connor Baucom crashes into ditch near Main Event Parking

26-year-old Connor Baucom was involved in a car accident near Main Event Parking on James Robertson Parkway in the early hours of April 6th. Officers observed him in a ditch near the Exit 48 ramp. Officers approached Baucom and helped him out of his car, where they noticed a slight alcoholic odor on his person. This prompted officers to ask Baucom if he had anything to drink, which he denied. Baucom then consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and refused to provide a breath sample after being read implied consent. Baucom was taken into custody for driving under the influence and implied consent.

DUI: Zachery Thompson found passed out in car at APlus gas station, tells police he was “shooting up”

20-year-old Zachery Braden Shaun Thompson passed out behind the wheel of his pick-up truck at APlus late April 5th. Officers were leaving the gas station when they observed this, so they approached him and noticed his vehicle was running. Officers noticed the gear was in drive, and Thompson’s foot was on the brake. Officers also saw a used syringe, a spoon with a white, powdery substance, and a lighter. Officers put the truck in park, turned it off, and put the key out of reach before alerting additional police officers. When they arrived, they obtained the drug paraphernalia, which Thompson explained he used to “shoot up” before the incident. He agreed to sobriety tests and performed poorly. Officers Mirandized Thompson, and he explained that he picked his buddy up to take him to buy dope. After Thompson’s friend purchased the dope, he returned to the gas station. Thompson stated his buddy then gave him a little bit and left but was going to return. Thompson then began “shooting up” and passed out before his friend came back to the vehicle. Thompson agreed to provide a blood sample and was taken into custody for driving under the influence and the unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.

Tyler Barr shoves man for insulting his girlfriend in alley outside Barstool Nashville

27-year-old Tyler Barr had an altercation with an individual in an alley on the side of Barstool Sports Bar in the early hours of April 7th. Upon arrival, officers observed him arguing with several individuals and separated them. Officers were advised that Barr was arguing with a woman, later identified as Barr’s girlfriend. A man passing by made a comment to Barr’s girlfriend, which angered him. Barr then shoved him, causing him to fall on his face, leaving lacerations to his jaw. Barr told officers that he was arguing with his girlfriend while walking through the alley when he overheard a man insult his girlfriend. So, Barr pushed the man in the back, causing him to fall face-first. While officers spoke to Barr, he began arguing with the victim and his friends. Barr threatened the victim, calling him a “p*ssy” and asking if he wanted to fight. Barr was then taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

Charles Serwa kicked out of Kid Rock’s Bar after vomiting

21-year-old Charles “Charlie” Serwa vomited in Kid Rock’s Bar and became verbally abusive with security on the afternoon of April 5th. Security flagged officers down and advised them that Charlie had become aggressive once they told him to leave. When officers spoke with Charlie, they noticed he reeked of alcohol while showing signs of impairment. As officers tried to de-escalate the situation, he shouted more profanities at a passerby, so they deemed him a danger to himself and others. Charlie was then taken into custody for public intoxication.

DUI: Luke Wooldridge blows .172% BAC after speeding down I-65 North

23-year-old Luke Wooldridge was speeding in his gray SUV on I-65 North near mile marker 91.0 around 4:03 a.m. on April 7th. Officers observed him going 83 mph and initiated a traffic stop, where he was initially slow to stop but pulled over near mile marker 92.2. When officers approached the driver’s side, they noticed Wooldridge had glossy eyes and reeked of alcohol. Wooldridge admitted to drinking before driving, stating he should not be driving. He made multiple statements regarding his mistake of drinking and driving. Wooldridge consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and agreed to provide a breath sample, resulting in .172 BAC%. Wooldridge was taken into custody for driving under the influence.

Underage DWI: Davis Gore drives into Raising Cane’s drive-thru menu after drinking Vodka

19-year-old Davis “Brittain” Gore argued with his girlfriend at Raising Cane’s on White Bridge Pike late April 6th. When officers arrived, they noticed he was sitting on the bed of his pick-up truck, which was partially in a ditch. Brittain told them he and his girlfriend were arguing over her cell phone, and she started yelling at him when they got inside the restaurant.

Brittain told officers that when he went back to the truck, His girlfriend scratched his arm and strangled him until he lost consciousness. After that, he slammed his foot on the pedal, thinking it was the brakes, causing him to run into a vehicle, the drive-thru menu sign, and then into a ditch. Brittain added that he had been drinking Pink Whitney, a vodka beverage, a malt liquor, and a tall Twisted Tea. He refused to take sobriety tests but agreed to provide a chemical sample, resulting in .059 BAC%. Brittain was taken into custody for driving while impaired and underage alcohol consumption.

Carley O’Neil found drunkenly sprinting down Division Street, admits to having “a lot of alcohol”

27-year-old Carley O’Neil was sprinting down near 8th Avenue South and Division Street in the early hours of April 7th. Officers observed this and approached her to ensure she was not in danger. As officers spoke to O’Neil, they noticed she was stumbling and slurring her words. O’Neil then admitted to having “a lot of alcohol” and that she was trying to get home. O’Neil could not provide any information regarding where she lived, and the address on her license revealed that she did not live nearby. O’Neil was deemed a danger to herself and others, so officers tried to detain her, and she became resistive. O’Neil was taken into custody for public intoxication and resisting arrest.

Elijah Ledbetter found lying on ground outside of Ole Red’s Bar on Broadway

25-year-old Elijah Rayne Ledbetter was lying on the ground in front of Ole Red’s Bar on Broadway in the early hours of April 6th. Officers observed this and approached him, where they noticed he was highly intoxicated. Ledbetter told them he was alone in Nashville with nowhere to go, so officers tried to give him options for a place to stay. When Ledbetter tried to walk away to one of the places, he started stumbling and could not stay on his feet. Ledbetter was deemed too impaired to care for himself, so officers went to detain him. This was when Ledbetter became resistive, refusing to put his hands behind his back. Ledbetter was taken into custody for resisting arrest and public intoxication.

Andrew Mulcunry gets into fist fight on Broadway, tells officers “I’m just drunk”

27-year-old Andrew Joseph Mulcunry was involved in a fight with Kalen Ferninando Hatchett and others at 401 Broadway late April 6th. Officers observed this and ordered them to stop, which they ignored. When officers tried to handcuff Mulcunry, he kept trying to fight the others. Officers told him to stop resisting, but he was uncooperative. After he was detained, officers noticed he reeked of alcohol, and then he stated, “I am just drunk,” repeatedly. Mulcunry was taken into custody for disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

Jacob Allen kicked out of taxi for being too drunk to remember where he’s staying

32-year-old Jacob Chaple Allen entered a taxi and did not know where he was staying in the early hours of April 6th. The cab driver flagged officers down, stating Allen was too intoxicated. When officers approached him, they noticed he reeked of alcohol and had trouble standing up. Officers asked Allen if he was on Broadway with anyone so he could call them to get him, but he did not have his phone. When officers asked him where he was staying, Allen said, “I’d be lying if I said I did.” Allen was deemed unable to care for himself and was taken into custody for public intoxication.