46-year-old tourist Richard Long, from Tempe, AZ, was asked to leave his hotel, the Gaylord Opryland Resort, after threatening staff and causing a disturbance. Metro Nashville Police arrived and observed that Long was extremely intoxicated, and security reported they had told the guest he would have to leave the property due to him making direct threats to staff, which Long said he wouldn’t do since he was a paying guest. Officers explained the trespassing law to him, yet he continued to cause a disturbance at the resort hotel. He was eventually taken into custody and charged with criminal trespass, public intoxication, disorderly conduct, and possession of a handgun while under the influence, as a Glock was located on his right hip and located during a search incident to arrest.
31-year-old Anthony Stahulak called police to report he was angry and upset about not being allowed entry into a bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Officers working the area quickly located Stahulak, who was swaying and unable to keep his balance on the sidewalk. Officers advised him to get an Uber and go home, and he began to walk away as if to comply with the request. A few moments later, he ran into another man near 4th and Broadway and attempted to start a physical fight. Due to his behavior and level of intoxication, he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
35-year-old Sean Stein and a female were both denied boarding at the Nashville International Airport Monday afternoon due to their extreme level of intoxication at 4:25 p.m. Stein became aggressive with the flight crew when they advised he needed to exit the aircraft. He then became irate with officers who came to assist him off the aircraft.
He continued to refuse and was handcuffed while pulling away, resisting arrest.
Police found 36-year-old Timothy Sizmur standing in the street at 3rd & Broadway Saturday night, barely able to stand, heavily intoxicated, and holding an empty drink. Officers attempted to find his friends to take care of him, without success, and he was unable to call anyone. Unable to be left alone, he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Just before closing time on Friday morning, staff at Vibes & Lounge on Demonbreun called police to report 37-year-old Jose Tello was being unruly and was unwilling or unable to pay his $77 bar tab at the venue. They reported he had attempted to “run out” several times but they had so far kept him there. As police arrived they noticed he was very intoxicated and had trouble verbalizing where he was at when asked by officers. He said he was unable to pay his tab, and his card declined when ran by staff. Tello was jailed on the charges of theft of services and public intoxication
60-year-old Rober Eberhardt, of Arizona, is charged with disorderly conduct after he was at Lucky Bastard Saloon in downtown Nashville this weekend and became upset after his wife suffered an injury and security escorted him out of the venue. He attempted to re-enter the establishment, at which time Officer Sizemore told him he could not re-enter, and he grabbed the police officer’s shoulder with both hands and pushed him backward. He was transported to booking, charged with disorderly conduct, and is free on pre-trial release.
Metro Police say 42-year-old tourist Steven Adkins, from Arizona, was intoxicated and wandering around downtown Nashville when his wife finally located him near 4th Ave., where he stopped to “talk to two black guys and started to show off to them” by kicking her in the stomach and punching her. He was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail after the victim flagged down officers, and is now free on a $2,100 bond.