22-year-old Elizabeth Bibb is charged with DUI with a child after a November crash on I-40. Officers arrived to find Bibb and her four-year-old daughter in the Ford Fusion. Bibb was visibly intoxicated and unsteady on her feet as she was taken to an ambulance to be transported to a local hospital. Her stepfather advised he believed she had been drinking earlier in the day, and she confirmed she used both Xanax and alcohol. She reportedly told a doctor at the hospital she “got too drunk,” which was relayed to police. Due to her being admitted to the hospital, she was issued a state citation, which she was booked on this week.
46-year-old Marina Portillo says she came home Thursday evening to find her husband, Dr. David Patzer, at the rear of their home with another woman, Tia Bryan. As Dr. Patzer told his wife he was leaving the house with Tia, Marina charged him and punched him in the chest and face. Responding officers documented bruising on his eye, broken glasses, a bloodied nose, and a cut on his chest.
Marina Portillo is the founder and director of Ithaca Montessori school in Nashville. Dr. David Patzer is the Medical Director of Addiction Services at Nashville’s Mental Health Cooperative.
Metro Nashville Police responded to Kid Rock’s Bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville, to assist with a “very intoxicated” 23-year-old Kara Edwards, who was unable to stand on her own. She was unable to state where she was at, or anyone to call to assist her. She was taken into custody for her own safety and charged with public intoxication.