26-year-old Matthew Waddell is free on an $11,000 bond after Metro Police say they picked him up after he caused a scene at Whiskey Row in downtown Nashville and he then threatened multiple officers, and assaulting officer Kristopher Sutton two different times, once kneeing him in the head, then later headbutting him.
High Roller Energy CEO Bryce Shewchuk, 35, and Heather Rogers, 51, were booked into the Metro Nashville Jail just after 11 p.m. Saturday. Heather Rogers was charged with public intoxication. Bryce Shewchuk was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Rogers posted a $100 cash bond, and Shewchuk was freed on pre-trial release.
A trio was charged in a brutal Broadway Brawl early Saturday morning in front of Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, but none of them for the actual assault, just for being drunk and disorderly, despite Metro Nashville Police Officer Mark Miracle documenting he watched one of the trio, Eric Broersma, “stomp on the man’s head who was on the ground, then continue walking down Broadway”. Alandra Caruthers and Marshaun Payne were also arrested.
34-year-old Jacob Jasperson, of Wisconsin, came to Tootsies Tuesday night for entertainment but ended up being restrained and spending a few hours in jail after he refused to cooperate with downtown officers, despite being given the opportunity to walk away. He was, indeed, too drunk for Tootsies.
22-year-old Cassidy ‘Cass’ Crunkilton, of Wisconsin, told Airport Police she had 7 mimosas before arriving at the airport, where they found her in the gate too intoxicated to fly. When asked for her ID, she showed officers her Snapchat, then provided a store rewards card, neither of which helped her day go any smoother before she was eventually taken to the floor while resisting arrest. #Crunk
Nashville police arrested 27-year-old Syrus Jenkins Monday morning, who they say was clearly under the influence of unknown substances, and 90 minutes later he was free on pre-trial release, skipping the standard hold for public intoxication arrests. 5 hours after his release, he entered a family’s attached garage and attempted to gain entry to their home via the inner door. They grabbed a machete and waited 18 minutes for MNPD to arrive.