DUI: 85-year-old Christine Powell swerves between lanes after drinking “two vodkas”

85-year-old Christine Powell was seen traveling over the fog line in a white Buick sedan on July 13th. Powell abruptly braked before she was close to the stop bar on Franklin Limestone Road, causing other vehicles to do the same. Officers observed this and conducted a traffic stop. When officers made contact with Powell, they noticed her showing signs of intoxication as well as the smell of alcohol coming from her car. Powell was asked how many drinks she had, to which she confessed that she had “two vodkas.” Powell acted very slow to officers’ requests for her driver’s license, registration, and insurance. This led to officers asking her to perform sobriety tests. Powell consented but performed “extremely” poorly on them. Officers read her implied consent, and she refused to provide a blood sample. Powell was then taken into custody for driving under the influence and implied consent violation.

DUI: Allison Kwilos drives erratically down Highway 70 South with blown-out tire

40-year-old Allison Kwilos was seen driving with a blown-out tire on Highway 70 South on July 13th. Officers were alerted by three witnesses that a drunk driver was driving erratically with damage to the front end of their vehicle. Witnesses continued to get Kwilos to stop driving until officers arrived. Once officers arrived at the Walgreens parking lot, they tried to speak with Kwilos, who reeked of alcohol. Kwilos was asked for her ID, but she told officers she could not remember where she parked. Kwilos quickly started to get angry with the officers and walked off to call her attorney. Officers detained Kwilos to ensure she did not leave the scene. Kwilos was asked how she arrived at the location and said she drove her mother’s car there. Kwilos added that she wanted to report how the witnesses stopped her from driving. Kwilos then admitted that she was intoxicated but noted that it was a night prior. Kwilos refused to conduct any tests and denied implied consent. When asked how drunk she was on a scale of one through ten, she stated that she was a five if coffee was involved. Officers later found five empty containers of alcoholic beverages inside Kwilos’ car. Allison Kwilos was then taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence, open container violation, and implied consent violation.

Chad Kates speeds down Rosa Parks Boulevard at 80 mph in Chevy Spark, tells police his car “only has 100 horsepower”

23-year-old Chad Kates was seen in a silver 2018 Chevy Spark speeding out of the Waffle House parking lot on Clarksville Pike at 5 a.m. on July 13th. The vehicle was seen driving so recklessly that officers believed it was stolen. Officers followed the car while it continued to accelerate at a high speed. The vehicle was observed committing numerous traffic violations while pulling away from officers going 80 mph. Officers noted that the Chevy Spark was going at least double the speed limit on Rosa Parks Boulevard. In fear for the safety of other drivers, they activated their emergency lights in an attempt to stop the car. The vehicle was very slow to stop, but it eventually stopped on Athens Way. When officers made contact with the driver, who was later identified as Kates, they asked him if he had any reason to be a driver that fast. Kates responded that his car “only has 100 horsepower” and denied doing anything wrong. Upon further investigation, it was found that according to General Motors, a Chevy Spark’s top speed is about 117 mph. Using this information, officers determined that Kates was driving near the maximum speed his car can travel. Chad Kates was taken into custody and charged with drag racing and reckless endangerment.

Colton Bruhn assaults roommate during argument over “complications” with eachother

24-year-old Colton Bruhn was involved in a domestic altercation with his roommate, Xavier Sotelo, at their Placemakr Premier SoBro apartment on July 13th. When officers arrived, they spoke with Sotelo, who initially said nothing happened. During further conversation, Sotelo told officers that he and Bruhn had argued. Sotelo said they were working out complications they were having with each other but didn’t elaborate further. When officers spoke with Bruhn, he said during an argument, Sotelo pushed him, causing a short-lived fight. After hearing that, Sotelo told officers that the argument started over Bruhn not letting him inside the apartment. Bruhn replied that the argument began over Sotelo’s insecurities and that Sotelo was the aggressor. Officers observed several injuries on both of them but determined that Sotelo had the more significant amount of injuries and was the caller of the incident. Because of this, Bruhn was considered the primary aggressor. Bruhn was taken into custody for domestic assault.

DUI: Kimberly Webster found passed out drunk in 7-Eleven parking lot

48-year-old Kimberly Webster was seen sleeping in her car in the 7-Eleven parking lot on White Bridge Pike on July 13th. When officers contacted Webster, they observed that her car door was open and her brake lights were on. Webster’s car was parked and turned off before she was woken up. While doing this, officers noticed that there was a strong odor of alcohol coming from Webster, and she was exhibiting multiple other signs of intoxication. Webster told authorities that she had been drinking in Nashville and thought that she had driven to her house in Clarksville. Webster agreed to perform sobriety tests but showed several signs of impairment, so she was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.

DUI: Kayla Richardson swerves between lanes after drinking liquor from pink Stanley Cup

34-year-old Kayla Richardson was seen in a black GMC Yukon failing to maintain her lane on Dickerson Pike on July 12th. Officers observed this and conducted a traffic stop, and Richardson was identified as the driver. When officers approached her, they noticed multiple signs of intoxication. Officers requested Richardson to perform sobriety tests. Richardson consented to the sobriety tests and showed numerous signs of impairment. After the tests, Richardson admitted to consuming an orange creamsicle drink that contained alcohol and two vodka sodas at a Nashville Sounds game. During a subsequent search of Richardson’s vehicle, officers found 13.5 grams of marijuana inside a purse and a pink Stanley cup containing liquor. Richardson was read implied consent, and she refused, so officers proceeded to take her into custody for driving under the influence, implied consent violation, and possession or casual exchange on July 13th.

Rhys Thomas unable to tell officers where he was after being kicked out of Canvas Lounge

40-year-old Rhys Thomas was seen being kicked out of Canvas Lounge on July 12th. Employees at the bar told officers that he was trying to re-enter the bar after he was removed. Employees also said that Thomas attempted to get into someone else car, thinking it was his. When officers made contact and spoke with Thomas, they observed the smell of alcohol coming from him. Thomas, showing signs of intoxication, could not tell officers where he was. Thomas told officers he was on James Robertson Parkway while on Fatherland Street. While officers handcuffed Thomas, he had to lean on them because he couldn’t keep his balance. Officers then deemed Thomas unable to care for himself. Thomas was then taken into custody and charged with public intoxication on July 13th.

De’Andre Barbee jailed after waiting for Uber inside Shake Shack

20-year-old De’Andre Barbee was seen trespassing at Shake Shack in downtown Nashville on July 12th. When officers arrived, the store’s management advised that Barbee was trespassing and causing a scene inside. Officers approached Barbee, who was seated at a table and on his phone. Barbee told officers that he was waiting on an Uber but was not a customer. Management informed officers that they trespassed Barbee on July 11th. Due to this, Barbee was taken into custody and charged with criminal trespassing.

Infiniti Tucker strikes sister in face multiple times for calling police on her

25-year-old Infiniti Tucker was involved in a domestic incident with her sister Destiny Tucker on July 9th. Officers were dispatched to Nashville’s East Police Precinct and met with Destiny. She stated she had gotten into a fight with Infiniti. Destiny told officers that during her interactions with Infiniti, she was being rude. In response, Destiny told Infiniti to calm down or she would call 911. According to Destiny, when she called 911 on Infiniti for continuing to be rude, Infiniti slapped her phone out of her hand. Infiniti then struck Destiny in the face several times. Officers observed multiple minor cuts on Destiny’s face. Infiniti was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault on July 12th.

Dipendra Bist drunkenly assaults wife, threatens to kill family & himself

39-year-old Dipendra Bist was involved in a domestic altercation with his wife, Kumari Joshi, at their Western Hills apartment on July 12th. When officers arrived, Joshi told them that Bist had consumed some alcohol when he woke up that morning, causing him to be aggressive toward her. During their interaction with each other, Bist took Joshi’s keys. In response to this, Joshi ran outside and called 911. Bist ran after her and chased her through the parking lot. Once Bist caught up to Joshi, he grabbed her phone so she couldn’t call 911. Bist grabbed Joshi by the arm and pulled her back inside the apartment. According to Joshi, once she and Bist were inside, he hit her in the head, pulled her hair, and hit her on her back. Joshi told officers that Bist found a knife she had hidden earlier in the day and started hitting it on the floor. Bist then began sharpening the knife with a stone while threatening to kill his family and himself. Bist also threatened to cut his wrists with the knife. Joshi and the children locked themselves in the room. While they were in the room, Bist told them he would take the car. Bist went back and forth in the parking lot around five times. Bist then yelled at their 11-year-old daughter to go to the store and buy him more alcohol. Bist eventually fell asleep, and Joshi was able to call 911. When officers talked to Bist, he told them that there were no threats or violence. Bist also stated that he only pulled Joshi back into the parking lot because he didn’t want her to leave. Dipendra Bist was taken into custody and charged with interfering with emergency call, false imprisonment, domestic assault, and three counts of aggravated assault.