25-year-old Nebraska tourist Jamie Marie Brinkman slapped her husband, Jorge Hernandez, in the face and about his body, leaving him with a cut on his arm and a red, swollen face from the assault. The victim’s shirt was also torn around the collar. The argument happened at their AirBNB on Monroe Street after they returned from Broadway early Friday morning. The argument started when her husband reportedly threatened to take their child away from her. Brinkman was charged with domestic assault.
28-year-old Wesley Thompson was staying at a Nashville AirBNB Thursday night when an automobile accident occurred outside as a car crashed into a utility pole. The debris from the utility pole’s destruction landed on several nearby vehicles in a parking lot where Thompson was parked. Officers were at the scene when Thompson emerged from the house, irate that his truck was struck by the debris. He was heavily intoxicated, staggering when he walked, and yelling and screaming racial slurs, including the “n-word,” as loud as he could, according to responding officers. He was advised to go back inside as there was a live power line nearby. He continued to yell and scream the “n-word” and came outside while intoxicated and caused quite a disturbance. He was placed into custody and charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication.
51-year-old Janne Petteri Kiema, a tourist from Finland, was found attempting to get into a home on Woodvale Drive that he believed to be his AirBNB. Officers arrived at the location and again explained this was not his AirBNB. Officers noted his extreme level of intoxication, and when asked the address of his AirBNB, he continued to give an address in Finland. He was unable to contact anyone for assistance and was taken into custody for public intoxication.
Just before 1 a.m. Tuesday, Metro Nashville Police responded to an AirBNB on Duke Street for a reported disorderly person. Officers made contact with several others nearby the AirBNB unit along with the subject of the call, 20-year-old Gabriel Gallien, who was extremely intoxicated and belligerent. While several people in the area stated Gallien had assaulted another person, no one would speak directly with police from the AirBNB unit, and all but one left the scene. Officers were content with leaving the area after the one remaining friend had mostly calmed him down, but as officers were preparing to clear the scene, Gallien pushed his way past the remaining friend and ran into the common area between the rental units. He then continued to yell, curse, and scream while waking up people in other units and causing a scene. As officers were placing him into custody for public intoxication and disorderly conduct, Gallien refused to comply and pulled away multiple times before being restrained.
Police responded to Tennessee Ave after neighbors reported what appeared to be a man breaking into vehicles. What they found was 26-year-old Conner Brown on a front porch, heavily intoxicated, and lost. Brown relayed he had been out drinking on Broadway in downtown Nashville and was attempting to locate his AirBNB. He didn’t know anyone’s phone number to call assist him and had lost his phone. Multiple neighbors had called to report he was yelling and screaming and cursing in the yards of the neighborhood. He had knocked so loudly on the front door of the porch he ended up on that the reside hid in the closet from fear.
53-year-old Willard Norton, and his 49-year-old girlfriend, Kentucky Marie Slack, are in Nashville this week, along with her daughter, and they certainly didn’t ready the hospitality handbook before their arrival. By 1 a.m. Thursday. Williard ended up in custody after he danced around Metro Nashville Police Officers screaming yelling “Su-Weeeee”, calling them “pigs”, and asking them to “beat me like a N—-r”.
The entire reason police were even called to the Airbnb was to arrest his girlfriend after she came back from a downtown bar drunk and admittedly punched her daughter in the face.
32-year-old Courtney Dreadin was charged with domestic assault after she admitted to slapping her boyfriend at their Airbnb and asked officers if they had ever been cheated on when they attempted to ask her why she did it.
Niido, Nashville’s first hybrid AirBNB/apartment complex, has gone to the dogs, literally. Residents awaken daily to hallways of dog shit, drunken people passed out, peeing from balconies into the courtyard, and elevators with fresh dog piss.
Metro Council Member Tanaka Vercher will be introducing BL2019-1627 Tuesday, which would increase the application and renewal fee of short-term rental permits from $50 to $313 annually.
In town for a bachelor party, AirBNB guests burglarize the house next door – for Eggo Waffles & Cheez-Its. Each was arrested on aggravated burglary charges and are free on bond.