21-year-old Ellie Bemrose got into an Uber that she did not request on Broadway in the early hours of November 12th. The driver flagged down the officers, and they escorted Bemrose out of the vehicle. Bemrose was visibly intoxicated as officers attempted to assist her in getting home. However, she did not have a wallet, a phone, or any numbers of family or friends. Bemrose was taken into custody for public intoxication.
31-year-old Pennsylvania tourist Roy Hastings was observed in the area of the Walk of Fame Park just outside the Phish concert in downtown Nashville this weekend. Officers described a sea of fifty to one hundred people who were all partaking in inhaling nitrous oxide via inflated balloons. Officers noted some were talkative; some were talking about how high they were; some were quiet, while others vomited.
Hastings was wearing a multi-colored shirt and blue jeans while holding a nitrous oxide tank between his legs as he passed out balloons. He claimed the tank wasn’t his when officers approached him. Police found balloons and determined them to be drug paraphernalia. Hastings was taken into custody and charged with a felony toxic vapors offense.
Officers were flagged down by Miranda Lambert’s Bar Staff regarding an individual trying to enter after being told he was not welcome due to his behavior and level of intoxication. 29-year-old Dylan Divine was observed to be visibly intoxicated by Officers. Divine could not provide information about where his friends were, his phone, or his address. He was placed into custody as he was believed to be a danger to himself if left unattended.
Officers observed 26-year-old Thomas Alexander turn onto Broadway, where the road was closed, and then turn in the lane of oncoming traffic on September 30th. Alexander was signaled to pull over and to get out of the vehicle. During the sobriety test, he showed multiple signs of intoxication and was placed into custody for driving under the influence of alcohol. Alexander was also in possession of a firearm while under the influence. He admitted to pre-gaming prior to driving.
43-year-old Stephen Bittman walked up to the police and uttered random statements to them on the evening of September 28th in downtown Nashville. Police reported him having visible signs of intoxication and attempted to assist him to his hotel or home. He was unable to tell them the address or contact someone he knew. He was then arrested for public intoxication as he was unable to care for himself in public.
21-year-old Alexis Busha was visibly intoxicated outside Jason Aldean’s bar on Broadway Saturday. Police responded due to an incident between Alexis and the security staff earlier. Alexis was making random statements and was aggressive when police spoke to her. She noticed a woman and began approaching her as if to start a fight, so police placed Alexis into custody. She was escorted to the patrol vehicle but was still aggressive with the police. Police arrested her for public intoxication because they felt she was a danger to others if left unattended.
20-year-old Joseph Tannous was with a friend at the Barstool Sports bar in downtown Nashville early Sunday morning when he attempted to use a fake ID to gain entry to the venue. Security took the fake ID from Tannous and would not return it. Tannous then contacted the police in an attempt to retrieve his ID card. Officers reported the person on the ID was obviously not Tannous, and he was unable to provide any matching information. Tannous moved toward Officer Casey Lopez and attempted to snatch the fake ID from him, assaulting the officer in the process.
41-year-old Jason Keckler attempted to fight security staff at the Nashville Underground in downtown Nashville Friday afternoon. Police say he was obviously intoxicated and made statements about Donald Trump, his friendship with Kid Rock, and he was going to be locked up for spending “tons of money.” He also remarked, “Yah, I’m drunk as a motherf*/ker.”
33-year-old Elliot Bender is charged with slapping bouncer Cameron Dean McCord in his face multiple times while at Honkey Tonk Central on Broadway early Saturday morning. McCord defended himself from the assault, and Bender wrestled with the victim on the ground.
31-year-old Evan Greene was reportedly pulling doors to get into the Law Office of Bernie McEvoy on 2nd Ave. MNPD officers found Evan, and he was unsteady on his feet, smelled like alcohol, had slurred speech, and eyes were glossy. He told police that he was staying at a hotel nearby, but police checked with the hotel, who said they did not have a reservation for Evan. Police noted several abrasions to Evan’s body, which they determined were from him falling several times the night before. He was taken into custody and transported to booking.