Tyler Reemes jailed after fighting staff at 7-Eleven

31-year-old Tyler Reemes, Joe Nail, and another unidentified individual caused a disturbance with two employees, Bayron Jovanny Duarte and Amanda Andrews, at the Harding Place 7-Eleven on February 9th. Duarte and Andrews spoke with responding officers, advising that two individuals, later identified as Reemes and Nail, entered the store, argued with its staff members, and refused to leave. They further explained that Reemes initiated the dispute and left the store but later returned with two others, one of which was Nail. When they came into the store, Reemes became confrontational and aggressive, as if he was preparing to attack, causing Duarte and Andrews to fear for their safety. After that, they stated that Reemes reached into his pockets several times while taking a fighting stance. During this interaction, Nail attempted to get over the counter and pulled out a knife before swinging it in what appeared to be an effort to cut Andrews. Seeing this, Nail walked away and exited the establishment. When Duarte told Reemes to leave, Nail reentered the store and started kicking Duarte until he tried defending himself. At the end of the interaction, the employees stated that Reemes and Nail had left and provided officers with footage of the occurrence. A warrant was obtained for Reemes’ arrest on April 5th. Reemes was then taken into custody for two counts of assault on June 26th.

Ian Martin tells former romantic partner “F*ck around and find out” after not receiving belongings

24-year-old Ian Martin had a domestic incident with a past intimate partner, Robert Gill-Lavirgne, on June 24th. Authorities responded to a disturbance at the 7-Eleven on Murfreesboro Pike and located Martin. He explained his living situation with Lavirgne and told them how Lavirgne asked him to leave, to which he agreed. Lavirgne told Martin to grab his belongings before he left, but he left without them and called 911, stating that Lavirgne had his items and would leave them there. When Martin asked officers for assistance, he said, “If the police do not get here soon, it is going to be bad.” Martin told officers that he demanded Lavirgne to bring out his items, and if he did not, he would “beat his a**.” When officers spoke with Lavirgne, he shared a similar statement, adding that Martin said if he did not bring him his things, he would “F*ck around and find out.” Martin was then taken into custody for domestic assault.

DUI: Bruce Huehner stumbles into 7-Eleven after drinking bottle of wine to buy beer, attempts to drive home

72-year-old Bruce Huehner was seen trying to enter his car while intoxicated at the 7-Eleven on Nolensville Pike on May 21st. Officers spoke with the sales associate at the mentioned location when they arrived. The associate told them that Huehner came inside stumbling and purchased two beer cans. She informed officers that since Huehner appeared intoxicated, she took the beers from him. Another witness to the situation stated that they noticed Huehner couldn’t keep himself up, so they followed him outside. The witness told officers that they were worried for Huehner’s safety, so they blocked his car so he couldn’t leave. Officers made contact and noticed a strong odor of alcohol as they approached Huehner, who was displaying multiple signs of intoxication. After being asked about how much alcohol he had to drink, Huehner told officers that he had drank a whole bottle of wine. Huehner was asked if he wanted to perform sobriety tests, but he declined. Bruce Huehner also refused to provide any samples for his alcohol level, so he was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence and implied consent.

Dear 911, I’m drunk & not feeling well — Christopher Frankenberry phones home

20-year-old Christopher Frankenberry called 911 just before 6 p.m. Thursday, and told the call taker he did not feel well and had been drinking MJ Whiskey. Police and Fire responded to the 7-Eleven where Frankenberry was located, and after he was cleared medically, officers took him into custody for public intoxication.

Norway tourist gets lost on toilet in East Nashville 7-eleven— Stian Kallekodd

26-year-old Stian Kallekodd was in an East Nashville 7-Eleven in the early hours of Thursday morning and refused to leave. Police arrived to find the man extremely intoxicated and reeking of alcohol. Store personnel told police Kallekodd had been asleep on the toilet in the men’s restroom for over two hours prior to their arrival. Officers offered to give Kallekodd a ride home, but he told them he lived in Norway. Not willing to make that drive, officers transported him to booking and charged him with public intoxication.

Dominick Hallums is fired in the AM; robs 7-Eleven of lottery scratch-offs in the PM

25-year-old Dominick Hallums was working at the 7-eleven on Smith Springs Road the morning of December 27th until he was fired. A few hours after his termination, he returned to the store at 5:45 p.m. without permission and walked behind the counter, and took $1,200 worth of Tennessee Lottery scratch-off ticket bundles. The manager was able to identify Hallums from a security video, and a felony burglary warrant was issued for his arrest. He was booked this week on that outstanding warrant.

Derek Harrison arrested after locking himself in 7-Eleven bathroom

35-year-old Derek Harrison was jailed Saturday evening after causing a disturbance at the 7-Eleven on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Security initially detained him after he was drinking alcohol in front of the store and then locked himself inside of the restroom. Police arrived to take him into custody, charging him with public intoxication and criminal trespassing.

Van Darby Miller pepper sprayed at 7-Eleven after refusing to leave the property

Police say 24-year-old Van Darby Miller was trespassing at the 7-Eleven on Broadway in downtown Nashville late Sunday night and refused to leave. Both the security and an off-duty Millersville Police officer had asked him to leave the location, and eventually, Metro Nashville Police had to be called. Before their arrival, Miller was in an argument with the security guard, Isaac Thurman, who pepper-sprayed him.

Jahya Maxwell attempted to rob Rivergate 7-Eleven, ended up throwing donuts around the store

Police say 18-year-old Jahya Maxwell came to the 7-Eleven on Long Hollow Pike, where she is no longer employed, and attempted to get into the cash register. She pushed two current employees, Reade Herskovitz and Shellie Vickers, and assaulted him. When she was unable to get into the cash register, she threw a cup of water at Herskovitz and knocked over a chip rack. In a final act of frustration, Maxwell emptied the donuts from the donut case and threw them around the store.