19-year-old charged with public intoxication in Downtown Nashville — Josual Daniel Williams

19-year-old Josual Daniel Williams, of Ashland City, was found absolutely intoxicated beyond safety while yelling, screaming, and attempting to fight others on Broadway in downtown Nashville in the early hours of Sunday morning. He admitted to only being 19 and stated he had been out drinking throughout the downtown bars all night long. Officers asked him to stop yelling and being so disorderly, however, he refused and continued to escalate the level of his annoyance to the general public. Williams was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.

DUI: Man charged with DUI-2nd Offense after crash on Broadway in downtown Nashville — Blake Aaron

27-year-old Blake Aaron is free on pre-trial release after being charged with DUI – 2nd Offense after crashing his Nissan Sentra into another vehicle at 612 Broadway in downtown Nashville. He admitted drinking prior to the crash, and to a prior DUI in the state of Kentucky. He was unable to complete standard field sobriety tests, however, a blood draw was completed at General Hospital before he was transported to booking.

Teenage soldier charged after drinking 6 beers & attempting to fight others in Broadway brawl — Brodie Harris

Metro Nasvhille Police charged 19-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Brodie Harris with underage consumption of alcohol, public intoxication, and disorderly conduct Saturday night as he was involved in a large brawl on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Harris was observed attempting to punch another person, was ordered to stop, but he continued to attempt to strike the other person, ignoring the commands of officers. Harris stated he had six beers and was “trying to defend his friend from getting jumped”. Harris was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail and is free on pre-trial release.

Soldier gets disorderly during downtown brawl when he’s called a “p**sy”, he says — Jose Arellano arrested

27-year-old U.S. Army Soldier Jose Arellano was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Saturday night after police say he was involved in a brawl with multiple other individuals, including other soldiers, near 2nd Ave & Broadway in downtown Nashville. Court records show he told officers he was upset that one of the other brawlers had “called him a p**sy” after which he became confrontational and attempted to provoke another fight and had to be held/pulled back by officers and other individuals. He continued to be combative and was eventually taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct. Arellano is free on pre-trial release.

Tourist charged with underage drinking on Broadway in downtown Nashville — Lane McAlister

Just before 2 a.m. on a Saturday in October, Metro Nashville Police were approached about a 20-year-old tourist from Arkansas who was openly drinking alcoholic drinks at 312 Broadway. The minor, identified as Lane McAlister, admitted to the underage drinking and was issued a citation charging him with underage drinking at 1:47 a.m. and the officers went about their nightly duties. The district attorney, however, refused to continue the prosecution and nolled the case once he was processed on the charge.

Tourist charged with assault of his wife and a bartender at Kid Rock’s Bar — Luis Gomez

52-year-old tourist Luis Gomez, from Colorado, faces multiple assault charges after he slapped his wife during an argument at Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville, and then reportedly assaulted a bartender when she told them they needed to leave the venue. Gomez is charged with the domestic assault of his wife, and assault of the bartender, and is free on a $3,500 cash bond.

Man charged with public intoxication after breaking man’s nose at Jason Aldean’s bar — Phillip Pate

22-year-old Phillip Pate was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Saturday, where he was only charged with public intoxication. Police initially responded to Jason Aldean’s bar in downtown Nashville, where Pate says he was pushed by another patron, Richard Frederick Randall. Pate then punched him in the face, breaking his nose and sending him to the hospital for treatment. Police could not locate any witnesses or bouncers who were willing to come forward as a witness, and the victim was at the hospital, so Pate was charged with public intoxication, booked into jail, and released after eight hours with all charges dismissed.

Man causes scene at police station when officers can’t fix his cell phone issue — Thomas Gilmore

29-year-old Thomas Gilmore is charged with disorderly conduct after Metro Police say he walked into the Central Precinct in downtown Nashville, upset about a cell phone issue, and demanding police fix it. When they explained they would not fix his phone, he began yelling obscenities and threatened to punch the on-duty officers.

Police use taser on man who punched bouncer, threatened to ‘shoot up’ Jason Aldean’s bar — Andrew Gibson

Metro Nashville Police fired a taser on 29-year-old Andrew Gibson Sunday as he ran from them while they were attempting to place him under arrest. Gibson was inside Jason Aldean’s bar causing a disturbance when security staff asked him to leave and he refused. Gibson reportedly punched the staff member in the face, and ran out of the bar, only to return moments later to smash a concrete cinder block on the sidewalk out front. Police attempted to take him into custody, which ended in a short foot chase and taser deployment. Gibson is charged with assault and evading arrest, and is jailed in lieu of a $4,000 bond.

Marine is subdued by patron who he pulled a knife on inside Jason Aldean’s bar — Erik Blankenbaker #VisitMusicCity

29-year-old Marine Intelligence Officer Erik Blankenbaker, from California, was subdued by a patron who he pulled a knife on inside Jason Aldean’s Kitchen & Rooftop Bar Friday night in downtown Nashville. The victim of the aggravated assault held him down until security took him into custody, at which time the victim left the scene, not wishing to prosecute. Once police arrived they took Blankenbaker into custody and charged him with public intoxication and disorderly conduct. He is free on pre-trial release.