Metro Nashville Police Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative early Sunday morning say 25-year-old Heaven Flanery was standing in front of Jason Aldean’s Bar when she grabbed a bystander by the chin, scratching him. She claimed to know the man she assaulted, however, the victim had no idea who she was. It was determined Flanery was very intoxicated and was unable to tell police where she was staying, who could take care of her, or where her phone was. Due to her inability to care for herself, she was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
An Uber driver flagged down a Metro Nashville Police Officer in downtown Nashville as he had an extremely intoxicated woman in his vehicle who refused to get out but also didn’t know where she was going or staying. 57-year-old Jolene McAllister insisted, via slurred speech, that she was staying “at a hotel around the block” but couldn’t be more specific. Officers attempted to locate her hotel via her Uber app/ride history and attempted other contacts in her phone to assist her to her destination or to find someone to take care of her. With all options exhausted, and her in no condition to be left alone, she was taken into custody for public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Police say 21-year-old William Pearce was so drunk they had to stop field sobriety tests for fear he would fall over and injure himself in the parking lot of the AT&T building in downtown Nashville where they encountered him. Security contacted police after hearing a crash and observing Pearce backing up from a vehicle he had struck in the garage. A police report details Pearce was sweating profusely with slurred speech and other signs of intoxication. He was taken into custody and charged with DUI, driving without a license, and violation of the implied consent law.
Police say 31-year-old Tessa Ballard was highly intoxicated and belligerent when they came in contact with her at Bridgestone Arena during the Morgan Wallen concert in Nashville. Due to her extreme level of drunkenness, she was deemed unable to care for herself and taken into custody, charged with public intoxication.
33-year-old Allen Stevens is now charged with the domestic assault of his girlfriend, leaving her bleeding from the mouth after he punched her – and she returned the punch, also causing him to bleed. The couple got into an argument at a downtown convenience store, which caught the attention of employees and police. Stevens is held on a $1,000 bond and additional warrants out of Knox county and appears red-faced and teary-eyed in his mugshot.
25-year-old Charles Burnett was found passed out inside a porta-potty downtown in the early hours of Thursday morning. He is charged with public intoxication, as officers determined his decision-making skills to not be sufficient to care for himself in his current state of intoxication.
20-year-old Zachary Dyer was booked into the Metro Nashville Friday morning after police say he refused to leave Honky Tonk Central in downtown Nashville and was banging on the doors demanding to be let back inside.
22-year-old Matthew Gagnon ended his vacation in custody Wednesday after he punched his father and continued coming at him until his father eventually punched him back in self-defense in a downtown Nashville hotel room.