Andrew Jordan Green was arrested in the most East Nashville way possible

Police say 30-year-old Andrew Green danced around and repeatedly stated “it is what it is” after they placed him in handcuffs late Thursday night. Officers initially responded to a call in East Nashville about a roadway hazard. The hazard turned out to be Andrew Green, who was reportedly laying down the roadway, heavily intoxicated, wearing some of his clothing backward. He stated he and his partner had been out drinking, though was unable to locate his partner or the name of anywhere they had been or where he was staying. He was charged with public intoxication.

Too Intoxicated for Broadway: Benjamin Robertson charged with public intoxication

24-year-old Benjamin Robertson was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Saturday just before 7 p.m. after he was determined to be too drunk for downtown Nashville. Officers encountered him extremely intoxicated on Broadway, where he was causing multiple disturbances with businesses and other citizens in the entertainment district. Unable to find anyone to take care of him, he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.

Intoxicated Woman kicks officer who is removing her from downtown bar — Bethlehem Weimer arrested

26-year-old Bethlehem Weimer was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail early Sunday morning after security at Tin Roof Broadway contacted police due to how unruly she was becoming inside the bar. She was refusing to leave, and officers after multiple warning, she was placed into custody by officers. As they attempted to cuff her, she pulled away and kicked Officer Dibernardo in the leg twice. She continued kicking and screaming once inside the cruiser and eventually had to be hobble restrained. She was transported to booking, charged with public intoxication, resisting arrest, and assault of an officer. She is free on a $3,500 bond.

Man walks in on wife while she’s Facetiming a naked man from their daughter’s room — Abel Aguilar

32-year-old faces a domestic assault charge after he reportedly walked in on his wife (they are married, but separated) in their daughter’s room while she was Facetiming with a man who was exposing himself. He grabbed the phone to speak to the man, and ultimately tossed it to the ground, destroying it. Over the course of the next two days, there were multiple arguments, and Abel says his wife pushed him against a wall while acting belligerently and screaming, then called police on him.

His wife then called police to report that she returned home from work to find all of her belongings in the common living room, and as she began to move them back into other rooms of the home, she says he pushed her, she pushed him back, at which time he punched her in the eye and broke her glasses. Aguilar is charged with two counts of vandalism and domestic assault. He is free on a $2,000 cash bond.

Serial huffer strikes again… this time at Target

23-year-old Angelina Puryear was charged with inhaling or possessing to inhale fumes and theft of merchandise after she was found huffing an air duster in a Target bathroom on Lebanon Pike.