Man too drunk for Broadway tells officers “you’ll be on the news tomorrow” — Michael Reynolds #VisitMusicCity

46-year-old Michael Reynolds began to record Metro Nashville Police officers on Broadway in downtown Nashville, telling them you’re going to be on the news tomorrow!” as they were in the process of arresting him for public intoxication. Reynolds was outside of Honky Tonk Central causing a scene as bouncers would not let him back inside the bar. He became irate when officers asked him to leave and began yelling even causing a disturbance. He was charged with public intoxication and transported to booking. As it turns out, Reynolds would be the only one making the news after this incident.

Woman pulls gun on neighbor who she thought was arguing with her, but wasn’t — Arian Black

While Autrice Fleming was having an argument with her daughter, her upstairs neighbor, 26-year-old Arian Black, was also having an argument with someone in her own apartment. At some point, each of the two parties believed the other person was talking to them, and they actually began to exchange words. Autrice made the comment that she would slap anybody, at which time Arian exited her apartment with a handgun, and said “WHO!”. She is alleged to have rand the slide of the gun, however, she denies that part of the altercation. Autrice wanted to prosecute for assault, and Arian was booked into custody on Monday, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She is free on a $3,500 bond.

Man say he stole laptop & phone from church “to do God’s work” — Edward Thompson

When police asked 30-year-old Edward Thompson why he had taken several items, including a laptop and cell phone, from the downtown First Baptist Church on Broadway he told them “That’s my church and I own it”, and continued to explain that he took the items “to do God’s work”. Security footage shows him breaking through a window to access the items inside the church. He was charged with burglary and is free on pre-trial release after just two hours in custody.

Kroger Tide Pod shoplifter identified by uncle — Caleb Tyus arrested

23-year-old Caleb Tyus is charged with the theft of 10 bags of Tide Pods from a Gallatin Pike Kroger. An employee was able to take a photo of the car he was driving as he fled, and police contacted the registered owner, who was his uncle, Anthony Richardson. The uncle positively identified Caleb as the person from surveillance photos and stated Caleb was in possession of the car during the time of the tide pod boost. Tyus is free on pre-trial release.

Drunk birthday boy arrested after climbing into cop car on Music Row — Bryce Parker

24-year-old Bryce Parker was celebrating his birthday with friends on Music Row when it was reported he was getting into vehicles of people he didn’t know. After Metro Nashville Police arrived to investigate the call, they noticed the 24-year-old had climbed into their own patrol car, which was parked with the emergency equipment activated. Unable to locate the friends he was celebrating with, he was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.

Man tells roommate “you will find out what the Crips will do” when she tells him to leave — Jeremy Jones #CripLife

39-year-old Jeremy Jones’s female roommate told him it was time for him to leave her property, as he had been there for three months and things weren’t working out. When she informed him, he began to throw things around the house and slammed doors, causing damage to locks. He was caught in 4K telling her “You think this is bad, wait and see… You need to love your husband as long as you can… you will find out what the Crips will do!” in a video reviewed by police. At the time of his arrest, he was out on bond for threatening his parents with a shotgun, and that bond company has now also surrendered him from their bond, making his new bond for release set at $40,500

Woman says she was selling salt as meth to “woo the men” — Michelle Folnsbee arrested

36-year-old Michelle Folnsbee faces felony drug charges, even though she possessed no actual drugs. She was a passenger in a vehicle involved in a traffic stop when Goodlettsville PD located several ‘safes’ in her PUMA bag that contained bags of what appears to be crystal methamphetamine. When officers tested the drugs, nothing returned positive, and she admitted it was salt, stating she used it to “woo the men” who bought it. She is charged with felony possession of a counterfeit controlled substance, and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia. She is free on pre-trial release.

Woman jailed after assaulting husband with “household items” in downtown Nashville — Priscila Curtin

37-year-old Priscila Curtin is charged with the domestic assault of her husband, Matthew Curtin, after police responded to their downtown Nashville residence where he reported he “threw household items at him” causing a bruise on his right shin, and a cut on his right ankle. She admitted to throwing some items which “might have caused his injuries”, and was taken into custody. She has posted a $1,000 cash bond.

Nashville man charged with DUI on Ellington Parkway — Jonas Bare arrested

48-year-old Jonas Bare is free on a $2,500 bond after a State Trooper pulled him over early Sunday morning on Ellington Parkway after observing him driving erratically and crossing the center line multiple times in a white SUV. He reportedly reeked of alcohol and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Bare is charged with DUI.

Owner of Nashville Stripper Service MusicCityDollz arrested for punching boyfriend — Kristen Peppers

32-year-old Kristen Peppers was booked into the Metro Nashville jail just as the sun was rising Saturday morning, charged with domestic assault with bodily injury. Her boyfriend, Mychal Dabney, says he had come to visit her for the holiday and was sleeping when, in the middle of the night, he was suddenly awoken out of his sleep by his girlfriend punching him in the face repeatedly with her fists, leaving him bleeding, which he used her bedsheets in an attempt to stop the bleeding from his nose and face. Peppers admits that she was upset after seeing some photos on Instagram and Facebook which he had ‘liked’ using his account. She is free on a $1,500 bond.