Kristen McAloon too drunk to fly at Nashville International Airport

Nashville International Airport officers identified 35-year-old Kristen McAloon after being called for her being irate due to being denied boarding her flight. Kristen was not cooperating with JetBlue airline staff when police contacted her. She told police she only had two beers at the airport through slurred speech. Police told her to leave the gate and that she would be escorted by a taxi because she was refunded for the flight for being too intoxicated. She began to yell and cuss, causing police to place her into custody for public intoxication.

James Darren McKay too drunk to fly at Nashville International Airport

25-year-old James Darren McKay was seen visibly intoxicated at Nashville International Airport after being removed from an American Airlines flight. The Airline employees said they asked James and his girlfriend to leave the plane several times since they were too intoxicated. Once James was off the plane, he was yelling at the employees who were trying to reschedule him for a later flight. Officer Wright reported that he was yelling at him and other officers when they were escorting him to another part of the airport. He also threw his bag while frustrated with his girlfriend. Officer Wright then placed him in custody for public intoxication.

Soldier Austin Grosvenor pulls out his service member and urinates in lobby of Nashville International Airport. 

Police say 22-year-old soldier Austin Grosvenor was in the Grand Lobby of the Nashville International Airport early Sunday morning when he pulled out his service member and urinated near the railing on the third floor before falling asleep. Officers made multiple attempts to awaken him and were eventually able to move him to a bench to sit. Grosvenor was visibly intoxicated and reeked of alcohol. He did not know what state he was from or have any identification besides a military ID.

Nicholas Moore — too drunk to fly at Nashville Airport

28-year-old Nicholas Moore was jailed this weekend after being denied boarding a Southwest flight at the Nashville International Airport due to his level of intoxication. He became belligerent with gate agents, and Airport Police responded to the incident. Moore was unable to remain standing without assistance and continued to be a disruption to the business. He attempted to have a family member retrieve him, but he escalated the situation and began to scream in an officer’s face.

Robert Cirilo — too drunk to fly out of Nashville Airport

41-year-old Robert Cirilo was jailed Monday when police observed he was too drunk to board his flight at Nashville International Airport. As officers were patrolling, they saw Cirilo standing in line at Tootsie’s Bar, clearly drunk. They walked over to him, and he said that his phone was dead and he was just trying to get home. He had slurred speech and alcohol coming from his breath as he spoke. Officers were told that Cirilo was denied boarding due to his level of intoxication. Officers made a phone call to a friend who informed them that Cirilo had a flight later that day. Officers helped Cirilo obtain a new ticket and walked him to his gate. Officers were called back to the gate shortly after due to Cirilo being disruptive, looking for his lost phone. He was visibly drunk and denied boarding once again. Officers asked him to gather his belongings that were scattered on the floor so they could escort him to a hotel, but he was too drunk to gather anything and was unable to care for himself.

DUI: Catherine Altorfer King says she drank ‘mocktails’; real cocktails found in her car

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.

Mikey Stubblefield — too drunk to fly, three times, at Nashville Airport

39-year-old Mikey Stubblefield was denied boarding for this flight twice Saturday due to his extreme level of intoxication both times. He then attempted to make a third flight Sunday. While he was en route to his gate, Airport Police noted he was stumbling and could barely stand, and was once again extremely intoxicated. He was observed throwing his bag and stealing two sandwiches along his walk. Already knowing he was going to be denied at the gate for a third time, officers took him into custody for public intoxication after he stated he was from Texas and had no way to arrange any alternate travel or accommodations.

Kathleen Reishtein Cooper — too drunk to fly in Nashville; Xanax into the jail

70-year-old Kathleen Cooper was jailed on April 14th after being kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight. Police responded and saw Cooper walking unsteadily down the jet bridge to board the flight as well as dropping her bags onto her head while trying to put her luggage into the overhead bins. When police asked her to exit the plane, she refused, so they had all the passengers deboard the plane except for Cooper, who they had to escort off of the aircraft against her will. They could smell alcohol coming from her breath when asking her how much she had to drink. She claimed to have had one cocktail at the restaurant 400 Degrees inside the airport. It was later discovered that Cooper was in possession of 4 and 3 half pills of Xanax without a prescription that she took into booking.

Samuel McNair — too drunk to fly or drive at Nashville International Airport

60-year-old Samuel McNair was jailed on April 8th after being too drunk to board his flight at Nashville International Airport. When police spoke with McNair, they could smell alcohol coming from his breath and noticed his bloodshot eyes. He was unsteady when he walked and told police that his flight was rebooked for the following day. Southwest Airlines denied him boarding because he was causing issues with the staff and people around him. He told police he wanted to catch a cab to his car. Police escorted McNair to ground transportation and asked him if he had ever had a DUI before, to which he initially replied that he didn’t but later said he did have “one” DUI before, but it was 40 years ago. Dispatch notified officers that McNair had two DUIs in his history, with the most recent from last year. After hearing that he wanted to return to his car, the police decided he was a danger to himself and others based on the belief that he would likely drive drunk.

Brian Maza charged with personal marijuana possession by petty Airport Police Officer

22-year-old Brian Maza was charged with simple possession of marijuana by Airport Police after he was observed speeding on airport property, where he also works. During the traffic stop, Airport Police Officer Ahmed Aly said he could smell marijuana, so he conducted a search of Maza’s vehicle. A small amount of personal marijuana was seized, and Maza was issued a state citation. He was booked on that charge this week.