Nathan Reeder booked for drinking after doing donuts in 7/11 parking lot with friends on Broadway

19-year-old Nathan Reeder and his unidentified friends were observed doing donuts in the 7/11 parking lot on Broadway Avenue late May 17th. Officers discovered multiple individuals in the group were intoxicated and under the age of 21. Officers conducted a traffic stop and called Reeder’s name about four times before his friends snapped their fingers in Reeder’s face to get his attention. Reeder showed signs of intoxication as he finally realized officers were talking to him. As officers spoke with Reeder, he seemed to fall asleep during their interaction. Officers allowed him to find someone to pick him up, but his nearest ride was 30-40 minutes away. Reeder was taken into custody for public intoxication.

Nikko Johnson jailed for involvement in Whiskey Row brawl on Broadway

21-year-old Nikko Johnson was observed fighting in front of Whiskey Row in the early hours of April 28th. Officers approached and determined his actions caused safety concerns to other pedestrians, hindering them from continuing to their destinations. Johnson was then taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

Figueroa Serrano resists arrest after brawl at Whiskey Row on Broadway

21-year-old Figueroa Gabriela Serrano was one out of a group of individuals who were fighting inside Whiskey Row around 12:06 a.m. on April 28th. Staff from Whiskey Row flagged officers down, advising them of the altercation. Officers then arrived and observed several people scuffling in front of the establishment. When the police started breaking up the large group, they struggled with two of them, one being Serrano, who ran away from the scene. While escorting one of the involved individuals, he pointed out Serrano as the person he was fighting with. Officers went to detain Serrano, and he became resistive, even after numerous instructions to “Stop resisting,” causing them to take him to the ground to arrest him safely. Serrano was then taken into custody for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Anthony Swank speeds 94 mph down I-65 in his Corvette

35-year-old Anthony Louis Swank was speeding on I-65 North in the early hours of November 22nd, 2022. Officers observed him going 94 mph in a 70 mph zone and conducted a traffic stop. Then, he was cited for the incident. Swank was booked on the citation of speeding over 75 mph on April 26th, 2024.

Jeffrey Hurd tells officers to “f*ck off” after he’s found passed out drunk on Broadway

60-year-old Jeffrey Hurd was found lying on the ground unconscious in the area of 7th Avenue North and Broadway on April 10th. When officers spoke with Hurd, he slurred his words as he told them to “f*ck off.” Officers identified themselves as law enforcement, but Hurd was still being aggressive. Due to the level of Jeffrey Hurd’s intoxication and aggression, he was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.

Taxi Driver Ghaly Naguib booked after hitting Rowdy Bus on Broadway

44-year-old taxi driver Ghaly Naguib was booked on the citation of reckless driving on April 3rd. On March 1st, officers were flagged down by the driver of the Rowdy Bus, who stated Naguib drove into the back of the bus and drove off. He provided them with the taxi’s license plate and a picture of the side of the cab. Later, officers located Naguib in the driver’s seat of his cab in front of Loser’s Bar on 4th Avenue South and spoke with him. Naguib told officers that the Rowdy Bus was stopped in the intersection, and it hit his car, so he drove around it to park, where officers found him. Officers reviewed surveillance, which showed Naguib in his cab at an angle towards the bus’s rear before it “rocked” back and forth. After that, it showed him driving into oncoming traffic on Broadway. After they investigated, they cited Naguib for the incident. Naguib was booked on the citation for reckless driving on April 3rd.

Garry Noah kicked out of Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk for being “overly intoxicated”

38-year-old Garry Alexander Noah was taken into custody for public intoxication on March 23rd. Security at Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk flagged officers down, advising they had an “overly intoxicated” individual, later identified as Noah. Officers attempted to gather his information when they arrived, but he could not answer their questions. Officers could not locate anyone who knew or could care for him, so they deemed him a danger to himself or others and detained him.

Alabama Tourist Carson Willingham resists arrest during fight involving multiple men on Broadway

22-year-old Alabama tourist Carson Daniel Willingham was one of numerous males observed fighting on the ground near Rep. John Lewis Way South and Broadway around 2:30 a.m. on March 17th. When officers arrived, they tried to detain Willingham but became resistive, disregarding their commands to stop. Willingham was taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

Michigan Tourist Marissa Louk interferes with officers arresting her boyfriend on Broadway

24-year-old Marissa Katelyn Louk physically interfered with officers while they were placing her boyfriend in custody outside of Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk on Broadway early March 3rd. Officers repeatedly warned her not to interfere, but she ignored them. Then, when Louk attempted to intervene again, officers detained her. Officers noticed she had numerous indicators of intoxication and placed her into custody for public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

Mohammad Ghunim booked after fighting outside The Valentine on Broadway

22-year-old Mohammad Ghunim was jailed on February 25th after reports of a fight outside of The Valentine on Broadway. When officers arrived, they saw Ghunim fighting another individual and told him to stop multiple times. Ghunim did not listen to the officer’s commands and continued to fight. Ghunim was then placed into custody and transported to booking.