Metro Police say Michaela Elaine Eixman “even had made a little girl cry due to her actions” as they described why they arrested the 22-year-old for public intoxication at the Ryman Auditorium Sunday night.
24-year-old Claire Conway is charged with vandalism after she witnessed her boyfriend on Broadway with another woman and later went to his apartment, where he was still with the other woman and drenched his bed and floor with the contents of a wine bottle from the apartment.
62-year-old Don Lewis Cox is charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after he fired 2 rounds during a road rage incident after first motioning to the victim he would “beat his ass”, and rescinded that offer, replacing it with “Actually, you’re a big guy. I ought to just shoot you”.
Scoop Media Group has filed suit in Chancery Court against Montgomery County, Tennessee, for denial of access to public records. In January, the local Court Clerk began redacting details from public arrest affidavits. The denials began after a phone call from the County’s Public Information Officer, Michelle Newell, who told Scoop that she did not agree with how Scoop published public records, and would be seeking legislation to prevent future publication, and would restrict access going forward.
19-year-olds Seth Pickering, of Indiana, and Joshua Meek, of Michigan, are charged with felony burglary after police say they jumped a fence and made their way into the Titan’s Nissan Stadium, made their way down the tunnel into the player’s locker room, and took a 20 bottle of Gatorade from a cooler.
Metro Nashville Police charged 41-year-old Emily Roussel with domestic assault (offensive/provocative conduct) after she threw a glass of milk on her boyfriend because he “said something mean to her” during an argument about taking time off for her birthday.
We now have the exclusive audio from inside the Wilson County, Tennessee, courtroom of Judge Haywood Barry. During a January 27th arraignment, Spencer Boston smoked a joint in open court while pleading his case, and the judge agreed that Tennesee’s marijuana laws are ‘probably unfair’, and will be the ‘happiest man in the world’ if the laws are changed.
23-year-old Zachary J. Minton is charged with public intoxication, vandalism, and resisting arrest, after Metro Police say he was at Play Dance Bar when he vandalized a stranger’s car, pushing officers who were attempting to arrest him, and eventually attempted to kick the window out of the patrol car several times once inside.
Metro Police say Mandrekus North and Masi Kingston participated in an assault on a car salesman just days before Christmas. Unable to handle the situation on his own, North left the car lot to come back with Kingston, who is alleged to have pepper-sprayed the victim before they both fled the scene.
31-year-old Ryan Scott Duncan is charged with felony possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute after police were called to his residence for a domestic disturbance and found the drugs and money, prompting him to admit he sold the drugs.