28-year-old Gratton Rider was jailed Thursday in Nashville, charged with the domestic assault of his girlfriend, Lindsey Smith. She had picked him up at the airport just before the incident, as he was coming into town to visit. She says he was already heavily intoxicated when she arrived, and he demanded they stop and get a vape pen on the way home; however, no stores were open that late at night. She continued home and attempted to “make him happy by playing a card game,” according to an arrest report.
When he began to lose the card game, Rider became even more angry and upset. She says he grabbed her by the arms and slammed her into a wall in the hallway, and she was able to escape to her bedroom. Rider reportedly came into her room and stood over her as she sat on her bed. She says she remembers him raising his fist at her and then the back of her head hitting the wall as he assaulted her. Officers documented multiple injuries on the victim, including a swollen eye and bruises on her face and arm.
47-year-old Catherine Altorfer King was booked yesterday after telling police she was having a stroke while drunk in her Mercedes. An officer was on foot patrol at Nashville Internation Airport when he saw a black Mercedes parked with a female behind the wheel that appeared to be in distress. When the officer approached her, all she could tell him was that she was 47 and possibly having a stroke, so he called for an ambulance. As they spoke, the officer could smell alcohol coming from her and noticed her watery red eyes. When another officer arrived on the scene, Altorfer admitted to drinking two 16oz mocktails before driving. Nashville Fire arrived, and Altorfer refused medical assistance. She agreed to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and was placed under arrest for driving under the influence. She agreed to the breathalyzer but gave three insufficient samples. During the search of her vehicle, police located an empty 16oz Clubtail can and two empty 12 oz bottles of Fireball.
19-year-old Jacob Cornelius was charged with public intoxication at the Nashville International Airport after his Uber arrived at the terminal early Sunday morning with him passed out in the back seat. The rideshare driver had alerted airport police, who arrived and had an “extremely hard time” waking the teen from his alcohol-induced slumber. Too intoxicated to even stand, much less fly, he was wheeled to a patrol car and transported to booking, where he was charged with public intoxication.
22-year-old Chris Harris, better known as Nashville rapper ‘BlaccBoiJuice (IG Juice_10K)’, remains jailed in lieu of a $132,500 bond after a fleeing from police in a stolen Lexus, and crashing. He had the keys to another stolen vehicle in his pocket, and had an outstanding warrant from February, when he fled from a traffic stop in yet another stolen vehicle.
Twaski Adams, 37, was staying in room 2069 of the Sheraton Music City Hotel when detectives executed a narcotics related search warrant on Friday that resulted in the seizure of approximately 85 pounds of marijuana.
Raafat Rizk, 57, was arrested and charged with sexual battery on Wednesday, after a female co-worker says he sexually assaulted her while they were working together at the Nashville Airport.
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Eric Latrell Mitchell, 34, better known to friends as ‘Eric Dreadhead Mitchell’, was arrested Wednesday at the Nashville International Airport, after authorities found pounds of marijuana in his luggage.
When counting the marijuana bundles, there was an odor of Febreeze coming from the bags, which weighed 59.25 lb
He made what he considered a joking comment, saying “What if there is a bomb threat?” – as if to state this would cause flights to resume their scheduled departures from the airport.