27-year-old Zachary Klein was arrested and charged with public intoxication after running onto Broadway in downtown Nashville yelling at people, and by the time police found him, he was yelling at a bus. He is free on a $100 cash bond and scheduled to appear in court in January.
Chad Laborde, 29, was charged with domestic assault after police say he got intoxicated, was kicked out of Margaritaville in downtown Nashville, then ‘charged’ his brother, wrapping his arms around him in an attempt to pull him to the ground. Laborde is charged with domestic assault.
Metro Police had to break up a fight Saturday night at Honky Tonk Central. 3 brawlers were arrested on multiple charges, and one punched a female officer in the head. Timothy Barbour, Christopher & Arisdelsy Ellenberger, all arrested.
MNPD Officer Bradley Nave says the man he was arresting, 40-year-old Kleber Soriano, offered him $500 to let him walk away from a DUI arrest. When Nave told him it wasn’t a good idea to try to bribe an officer, Soriano upped the offer to $3,000.
In this morning’s mailbox (firstname.lastname@example.org or here) – a quick post that reminds us that ride-share services, such as Lyft & Uber, can be both blessings and a curse. Uber driver Braxton Churchwell claims to have received a ping to downtown, which he was six miles from. Upon arrival to their Broadway location, he allegedly finds this is part of his bachelorette party that requested a ride, a few blocks away from their destination, the Omni. What did Braxton do? It would appear he thought it proper to take photos…