DUI: Woman blows .211 BAC, claims she had 1 beer — Jessica Mackinnon arrested

Poice found 27-year-old Jessica Mackinnon asleep/passed out behind the wheel in the middle of an intersection in Antioch. After medics and others eventually got her awake and alert she told first responders she drank one beer and smoked marijuana. She blew a 0.211 BAC, nearly three times the legal limit. She remains jailed in lieu of a $1.500 bond.

Musician Brian Elliot Hyken charged with DUI after colliding with a fire hydrant in East Nashville

31-year-old Brian Elliot Hyken, who performs under the name “Brian Elliot” says he had “3 gin & tonics” at the Pearl Diver in East Nashville before he ran over a curb to collide with shrubbery and a fire hydrant in the early hours of August 31st. He refused a breathalyzer and was charged with DUI. He is free on pre-trial release.

DUI: Man found asleep behind wheel at intersection, admits to drinking — Jared Beard

24-year-old Jared Beard was found asleep behind the wheel of his car at an intersection just south of downtown Nashville and admitted to drinking prior to driving. Police say he agreed to a breathalyzer, a demonstrated he could blow hard enough, however, when his lips met the actual machine, he wouldn’t blow hard enough for it to register. He also urinated on himself multiple times while speaking to police, and in the back of a patrol car.

Woman blows over double the legal limit after authorities find her vehicle stuck on railroad tracks

23-year-old Casie Moe was charged with driving under the influence after police found her vehicle still running on railroad tracks and she admitted to drinking three beers, two margaritas, and a shot of tequila.

Intoxicated driver found with her lights out fails breathalyzer test

62-year-old Ellen Lehman was charged with her first DUI after police saw her driving late at night with her headlights off and then blew a 0.12% BAC on a breathalyzer test.

DUI: Woman blows over double legal limit, says she had nothing to drink, per police. #Arrested

24-year-old Kaitlyn Harville was charged with DUI just after 3 a.m. Thursday morning. She first told officers she had ‘not that much’ to drink, then changed her answer to ‘nothing’ to drink. She blew a .184 on the breathalyzer, over twice the legal limit in Tennessee.