27-year-old Michael Tanner Bostic is charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct after he interrupted an officer on an unrelated call and caused a commotion accusing her of theft. Officers were at Fox & Hound on Rivergate Parkway on an unrelated call when a female exited the bar with Bostic behind her, claiming she stole $200 from him and kept interfering with the original call for service. He was highly intoxicated and refused all requests to call down and wait his turn. He eventually calmed down and walked away, only to re-engage in the disorderly behavior as the female was speaking to the police. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Goodlettsville Police responded to the Autumn Chase Apartments at 4 a.m. after a resident reported that her upstairs neighbor was beating on her door with a baseball bat, describing him as a white male in jeans and cowboy boots. Officers arrived at the location and located 21-year-old Samson Mitchell, who matched the description of the subject of the call, and who was intoxicated. He told police he was beating on the door of the apartment because he was assaulted by a “meth head” who he believed to live there, described as a black man with long hair. Officers met with the residents of that apartment, who did not match the description of his alleged assailant.
When further questions about what transpired, Mitchell became uncooperative and belligerent. He then used his phone to call 911 and asked to speak to the Chief of Police. As officers attempted to place him under arrest for public intoxication and disorderly conduct, he walked away, and once cuffed, he locked his legs together in an attempt to prevent being placed in a patrol car.
Police charged 40-year-old Michael Bowden with theft after the manager of Ocean’s Ice Cream inside Rivergate Mall provided police with a security video showing the temporary mall employee climbing over the counter and taking seven scoops of ice cream from the business. A commissioner released him on his own recognizance.