Shondarrius Cook charged with DUI after drinking in downtown Nashville

30-year-old Shondarrius Cook says he drank Moët & Chandon, Dom Pérignon, and had a shot of tequila in downtown Nashville late Saturday night before as he blew through an intersection, nearly hitting a Metro Nashville Police patrol car that was at the intersection. As he slammed on his brakes, Cook was rear-ended by another vehicle. Cook attempted to drive away from the scene until the officer activated his siren. The vehicle reportedly reeked of marijuana, and Cook was confused about the interaction with police and had trouble forming complete and coherent phrases. He did advise he was coming from downtown, and officers noted a red stamp from a club was on his hand. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests, and when he learned he was going to be taken into custody, he attempted to run, and it took additional officers to contain him. Officers also located a small amount of marijuana (3.8 grams) in the vehicle.

Kaya Crawford jumps from moving SUV to assault woman outside 3000 Bar in Nashville

24-year-old Kaya Crawford is charged with the assault of Timesha Douglas at 300 Bar Nashville during an incident on December 20. Police say the two parties were having a verbal disagreement on the sidewalk as they approached the disturbance. Crawford initially got into a white SUV, and Douglas walked along the sidewalk. As both continued on Demonbreun, Crawford jumped from the moving SUV and began to beat Douglas on the sidewalk. Sgt. Reese once again intervened between the two, and Crawford refused to listen to commands and pulled away to continue assaulting Douglas. She refused to cooperate when she was being placed under arrest and was charged with assault, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest.

Timesha Douglas charged with disorderly conduct outside 3000 Bar after fight

29-year-old Timesha Douglas was booked Monday on an outstanding citation charging her with disorderly conduct. Police say she was at 3000 Bar Nashville on Demonbreun on December 20th when Kaya Crawford assaulted her. After the feuding parties were separated, Douglas charged at Crawford and refused commands to stop, causing a disturbance outside the club on the sidewalk.

Demarious Jordan charged after sending sex video to a minor

26-year-old Demarious Jordan is charged with displaying sex acts to a minor after police say he sent an unsolicited sex video of himself to a 17-year-old juvenile co-worker. She says it was unsolicited; he says the two maintained a sexual-based relationship via texts and phone calls, and that is why he sent the video. He is free on a $2,000 bond.

Trifling Tourists: Stacy Page accuses husband of having affair with a man on Nashville trip

48-year-old Stacy Page says she suspected her husband, 53-year-old Richard Page, of cheating on her with a man. When she confronted him about the alleged affair at the Candlewood Suites in Goodlettsville, she says he slapped her in the face. She retaliated by smashing him across the head with a glass liquor bottle, leaving him with a significant gash. Police responded to the location, and the primary aggressor could not be determined, so both were taken into custody and charged with domestic assault. The question of his rainbow rendezvous was not answered, and the couple bonded out to their Heidelburg, Mississippi, address.

Police say tourist Joseph Boyington assaulted his girlfriend & robbed her at Nashville hotel

33-year-old tourist Joseph Boyington stayed at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Nashville this week with his girlfriend, Chelsea Matthews Dyer. The couple was enjoying Broadway Monday night when an argument erupted, and Chelsea returned to the hotel and checked into a new separate room. Later in the evening, after Boyington returned to the hotel, she eventually provided him with her new room number, and he visited her on the 23rd floor. She says he grabbed her by the throat and pushed her against a wall, and then took her cell phone and fled the room. She found him on the 3rd floor and encountered him about taking her phone, and he then reportedly threw her against a wall again, and he fled the hotel. Officers documented marks and injuries on the victim and took Boyington into custody.

Latasha Petty assaulted her son while he was on Facetime with his girlfriend, who called 911

Dinerio Morton was on Facetime with his girlfriend on January 20th when his mother, 44-year-old Latasha Petty, reportedly pulled his hair, threatened him, grabbed him by the collar, and threw his phone to the ground causing damage to it. The girlfriend witnessed the assault in real-time via Facetime and called the police. Officers arrived and spoke with Dinerios’s older brother, Demetrius, who confirmed their mom was the primary aggressor. Police have multiple prior calls to the address where Petty was also the aggressor. Video of the assault was saved.

Failed political candidate Matthew Del Rossi jailed on probation violation warrant

41-year-old former troubled Metro Council & Vice-Mayoral candidate Matthew Del Rossi was jailed Friday after failing a drug test for his probation and telling his probation officer to “write a warrant” as he stated he would refuse to comply with “any and all sanctions,” resulting from a positive drug screen (yes, he really speaks that way)…

Tourists tries to sleep it off in the middle of the road in downtown Nashville — Liz Quiroz

21-year-old Liz Quiroz and her friend were lying in the middle of the road at 2:10 a.m. Sunday, too intoxicated to talk or stand. Despite multiple attempts to assist them to their hotel, Quiroz was unable to produce complete sentences or assist herself in avoiding jail. Due to her location and state of intoxication, she was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.

Ryan Rounsaville attempted to break down doors in neighborhood while intoxicated

Police say 31-year-old Southwest Airlines flight attendant Ryan Rounsaville was walking up and down Arthur Ave in the early hours of Saturday morning, banging on multiple doors and kicking them while screaming. Police received multiple calls that were initially believed to be attempted burglaries. Officers located Rounsaville and determined he was extremely intoxicated as he stumbled down the street. Rounsville believed he was in Arlington, Texas, and was transported to booking, charged with public intoxication.