Michael Riedel determined to party at Honky Tonk Central; punches a bouncer after being kicked out

Security at Honky Tonk Central on Broadway in downtown Nashville escorted 37-year-old Michael Riedel out of the venue for being disorderly, and he continued to attempt to come back inside. As he was being removed a subsequent time, he reportedly punched one of the bouncers. Metro Nashville Police arrived to assist and observed Riedel swaying on his feet and obviously overly intoxicated to the point he was unable to spell his own name. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.

Too Turnt for Nashville: James Brooks, 21

Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville watched as 21-year-old James Brooks fell to the ground near 6th & Broadway. As they approached him to assist, they observed his extreme level of intoxication, and attempted to help him stand, however, he had trouble standing and walking on his own, and much of his speech was slurred and was not forming complete phrases. Officers asked him to call a friend to come to get him, however, he repeatedly just opened the camera app on his phone. Officers attempted to assist him with using his phone to arrange an Uber, however, he kept giving his address as “zero”.With no other options available, he was transported to booking, and charged with public intoxication. 

Autumn Adkisson deemed too drunk for downtown Nashville #PublicIntoxication

28-year-old Autumn Adkisson was kicked out of 306 Broadway after causing a disturbance with patrons and staff. Officers were called to her location and found her to be heavily intoxicated and having trouble standing on her own. She only admitted to drinking “a shot” of alcohol. Due to her level of intoxication, she was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.

Tourist found abandoned by friends in middle of Broadway — Timothy Sizmur, arrested

Police found 36-year-old Timothy Sizmur standing in the street at 3rd & Broadway Saturday night, barely able to stand, heavily intoxicated, and holding an empty drink. Officers attempted to find his friends to take care of him, without success, and he was unable to call anyone. Unable to be left alone, he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.

Trent Martin punches THP trooper in face as he’s crossing the street in downtown Nashville

Police say 26-year-old Trent Martin was on Broadway in downtown Nashville Saturday when he was crossing the street near 3rd Ave. As he passed by THP Trooper Andrew Simunic he turned and punched the officer square in the face with his fist and fled. He was charged with public intoxication and assault of an officer.

Broadway got the best of him — Phillip James Palmer arrested

30-year-old Phillip Palmer was found stumbling and falling on Broadway in downtown Nashville just before 3 a.m. Friday. Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative took him into custody for public intoxication after he was unable to stand without assistance and was unable to care for himself.

Penny Crain tells police she had too much to drink, they agree #PublicIntoxication

Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville received a call about 52-year-old Penny Crain, who was reported to be “extremely intoxicated” and they found her acting unreasonably in public, and unable to care for herself. A report notes she was having difficulty standing on her own and was slurring her words as she yelled at other citizens in the area. She told police “I had too much to drink”.

Man arrested after being kicked out of three downtown Nashville bars — Michael Costello

23-year-old Michael Costello was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail at security at Kid Rock’s Bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville informed police that Costello had been kicked out of two bars prior to being removed from their venue, and he continued to attempt to come back inside. Officers gave him the chance to walk away and go anywhere else, however, he refused and continued to argue that he was allowed inside.

Tourist can’t pay the tab after friends leave him at downtown Nashville bar — Brandon Willard

27-year-old Brandon Willard, of North Carolina, was unable to pay his $496.00 tab at a downtown Nashville bar. The bartender says he continued to order drinks for himself and his friends on his tab, and then his friends left the bar. At closing time, he attempted to leave the bar without paying and stated he had no way to pay for the final tab when questioned by police. He was issued a citation for theft of services and was booked on that citation this week.

“Two beers” make another man too drunk for downtown Nashville — William Britt arrested

Metro Nasvhille Police say 23-year-old William Britt was leaning on a random car at 317 Broadway in downtown Nashville, and someone asked them to check on him. Upon arrival, officers found Britt to be extremely intoxicated, uneasy on his feet, and reeked of alcohol. He told the officer he only had two beers at Jason Aldean’s bar shortly before the interaction. He could not answer any questions about where he was going, where he was staying, and was without a phone, wallet, or transportation. He was transported to booking.