Maria Navarro jailed after fighting in front of Jack’s Bar-B-Que in downtown Nashville

32-year-old Maria Navarro was seen fighting in front of Jack’s Bar-B-Que on June 23rd. Officers observed Navarro and others fighting and quickly intervened to separate the parties. When officers ordered everyone to stop, Navarro continued to be aggressive and ignored the order to put her hands behind her back. Navarro continued to resist putting her hands behind her back, but officers eventually were able to detain her safely. When questioned by officers, Navarro was verbally aggressive towards them and refused to answer any questions. Officers observed that she was having trouble maintaining her balance as other signs that she was intoxicated. Authorities deemed that Maria Navarro was a danger to herself and the people around her, so she was placed under arrest for public intoxication, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest.

DUI: Kendra Flores rear ends car, tells officers that she didn’t know she was in an accident

29-year-old Kendra Flores was involved in a car collision at I-24 at around 2:50 a.m. on June 23rd. When officers arrived on the scene, they spoke with Flores, who was unaware that she had just been in a car accident. Officers observed that her vehicle was still in drive, as well as signs that she was intoxicated. Seeing these signs, Flores was requested to perform sobriety tests. Due to Flores performing poorly, she was taken into custody for driving under the influence. While in officers’ custody, Flores admitted that she drank multiple margaritas throughout the day, as well as two tequila shots. Flores was then transported to booking and charged with driving under the influence.

Demarco Ellis ,19, jailed after possessing around 90 grams of marijuana and a .40 caliber pistol

19-year-old Demarco Ellis was seen trespassing with his 16-year-old co-defendant at the Hickory Ridge Apartments on June 23rd. The location’s property manager called the police after observing this. When officers arrived, they noticed a silver Nissan Altima with two occupants, later identified as Ellis and the minor. They observed the Altima backing into a parking spot with the two front seats reclined as if they were avoiding being found. Officers approached the driver’s side door and spoke with Ellis, during which they saw a green, leafy substance consistent with marijuana on his black hoodie. This led them to request Ellis to exit the vehicle. Once he got out, he admitted that there was marijuana inside a “blunt” in the center console. Officers detained them and searched the vehicle, resulting in them locating a small plastic bag with 1.9 grams of marijuana on the center console, a black Nike backpack on the floorboard with a plastic bag containing 89.7 grams of marijuana, and an empty .40 caliber pistol magazine, two wrappers, a vape, a scale, two 150-count boxes of sandwich bags, and two empty vacuum-sealed bags with marijuana residue in the trunk. The minor told officers, under Miranda, that he was with Ellis so they could smoke marijuana together. Ellis was taken into custody for contributing to the delinquency of a minor, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, felony possession, and underage tobacco possession.

Shovel-wielding Roddrick Greene asks man if he wants to wrestle; throws concrete at window

21-year-old Roddrick Greene caused a disturbance at Christopher Michael Jacobs’ Bayview Drive residence around 8:39 p.m. on Saturday. When officers arrived, they observed Greene walking towards the home with a shovel, so they told him to put it down. After complying with the officers’ request, Greene picked up a piece of concrete and threw it at Jacobs’ window, breaking it in the process. Seeing this, officers commanded him to lie on the ground and detained him for the incident. While escorting Green to their patrol car, they noticed he was making unclear statements and showed signs of intoxication. Jacobs told officers that before their arrival, Greene had approached him and asked “If he wants to wrestle,” but when he told him no, Greene started moving closer and put his hands up in a fighting stance. Roddrick Greene was then taken into custody for assault, criminal trespass, vandalism, and public intoxication.

Jason Revels tries to open his “friend’s” apartment door, caught with marijuana pipe

32-year-old Jason Revels tried to enter his “friend’s” Thomas Jefferson Circle apartment in the early hours of June 22nd. Officers were called to the location, where they found Revels trying to enter the locked unit. When they asked Revels why he was there, he told them a friend lived there and that he was supposed to be staying the night. However, when officers gave Revels a chance to call “his friend,” no one answered. Officers tried knocking on the door and ringing the doorbell, but no one came to the door. Due to Revels’ level of intoxication and being an unreasonable annoyance to the public, officers took him into custody. During a subsequent search, officers found a small glass marijuana pipe in his front left pocket. Revels was then transported to booking and charged with unlawful use of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication.

Mackenze Hedstrom jailed after stealing over $13,000 from multiple employers

23-year-old Mackenze Hedstrom was caught stealing from the Lowes on Old Hickory Boulevard on June 21st. When officers arrived, Lowes employees informed officers that Hedstrom was leaving on foot. When officers detained Hedstrom, they discovered she had a warrant, so she was taken into custody. Upon searching Hedstrom, officers found a baggie in her purse containing a white powdery substance consistent with narcotics. Officers again spoke with employees and discovered that Hedstrom had been stealing from the establishment since May. After an interview with Hedstrom, she admitted to stealing and signed a confession to the crime. The money that went missing was over $2,691.

The warrant had to do with a case involving Habor Freight Tools. The loss prevention manager for the Harbor Freight Tools on Lebanon Pike contacted authorities, stating that $10,992 was stolen from the store between February 2nd and March 21st. The store provided officers with video footage of multiple incidents showing Hedstrom, a former employee, taking money from the cash drawer. Mackenze Hedstrom was taken into custody and charged with possession of a controlled substance and two counts of theft on June 21st.
The warrant had to do with a case involving Habor Freight Tools. The loss prevention manager for the Harbor Freight Tools on Lebanon Pike contacted authorities, stating that $10,992 was stolen from the store between February 2nd and March 21st. The store provided officers with video footage of multiple incidents showing Hedstrom, a former employee, taking money from the cash drawer.

Mackenze Hedstrom was taken into custody and charged with possession of a controlled substance and two counts of theft on June 21st.

Christian Delcid jailed after threatening to kill individuals with a BB gun

26-year-old Christian Delcid was pointed out as one of the individuals who had threatened two victims at The Overton Brentwood apartments Sunday afternoon. When officers arrived, Delcid was seen walking around a corner by a bush. Officers detained him and located an air-powered BB gun that looked like a real handgun. Officers were told by the victims that Delcid had stolen a gun a week before. They also advised that Delcid pulled the weapon, aimed it at their heads, and threatened to kill them. It was reported that Delcid kept mentioning that he was from Guatemala and the two victims were from Mexico. During their interaction, they noticed Delcid was carrying an alcoholic beverage and was visibly impaired. Christian Delcid was deemed a danger to others and was taken into custody for two counts of aggravated assault and public intoxication.

James Lassiter attempts to run from authorities after fighting in front of Jack’s Bar-B-Que

22-year-old James Lassiter was seen fighting in front of Jack’s Bar-B-Que on June 23rd just after 3 a.m. Officers observed Lassiter and three other individuals fighting in front of Jack’s Bar-B-Que. Officers ordered the four to stop fighting immediately, but they all continued to fight. Officers attempted to separate Lassiter from another individual by detaining him while they were on the ground. Lassiter stood up, pushed the officer down, and tried to run away from the officers. Lassiter was, however, quickly subdued, restrained from behind, and taken into custody on the ground. James Lassiter was then transported to booking and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Benjamin Jones strangles ex-girlfriend, threatens to kill her and her boyfriend

44-year-old Benjamin Jones had a domestic incident with his ex-girlfriend, Julia Waters, at the parking garage near Kensington Place and 25th Avenue South on June 18th.  On June 22nd, Waters went to the Midtown Hills Police Precinct on 12th Avenue and reported the incident. She told authorities that Jones asked her to talk to him at his office, a trailer inside the parking garage. Waters said she called him multiple times while heading to the location, telling him she did not want to come, but he insisted she did. When she arrived, Jones told her to come inside or leave. Waters told officers that since Jones was previously abusive, she didn’t want to make him angry. Once inside, Jones started yelling at her, saying, “Why are you doing this? You know this is a trigger for me when you keep calling me.” Jones told Waters she was trying to start an argument and make him mad. She said he asked her to bring him water, and when she handed it to him, he poured it over her head. Jones then grabbed her by the neck, pushed her against the door, and began to “choke” her. While doing so, Waters told him that she could not breathe and pleaded for him to stop. Jones responded by screaming, “Stop talking!” Waters said while trying to break away, she scratched him on the face, and he fell to the floor. She added that Jones tried to “choke” her again, but after a brief struggle, he stood up. Officers observed several visible injuries consistent with her statements.

Additionally, Waters stated that Jones locked the doors and demanded that she sit. Jones proceeded to push her into a chair, causing her to hit a table in his office, leaving a bruise on her waist. Waters said that Jones told her to stay there so they could talk about what had happened. She explained that she wanted to leave but could not because she did not want to be attacked again. Waters noted that every time she glanced at the door, Jones said, “Keep your feet right there.” During their argument, Jones threatened to kill her and her boyfriend if she did not end their relationship. When Waters asked him if she could smoke a cigarette outside, he allowed her to do so. Once Waters was out of the trailer, she started running to her car, and Jones said, “Yeah, you better run bitch.” Waters also stated that Jones tried contacting her after the altercation, but she blocked his number. Benjamin Jones was taken into custody for aggravated assault on June 23rd.

Nancy Zamora was jailed after almost getting hit by Uber driver

25-year-old Nancy Zamora was seen visibly intoxicated near Broadway and 6th Avenue South on June 21st. EMS called for police assistance and advised them that Zamora had been drinking since 3 in the afternoon. They added that Zamora had lost her phone and did not know where her AirBnB or friends were. When officers arrived, she provided them with three incomplete addresses about her AirBnB and stated she did not know the code to enter it. The Uber driver who picked her up earlier in the night informed them that when he made contact with her, she was in the middle of the roadway and had almost gotten struck by a vehicle. Nancy Zamora was then taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.