23-year-old model & influencer ‘Ty-Logan’ (Ty-Logan Carney II), who goes by @TyYonce on Instagram, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Wednesday night on an open domestic assault warrant. The warrant details that he and his boyfriend, Pastor D. Dewayne Nolan Jr. were outside Play Dance Bar Monday night “discussing their relationship” when Ty-Logan allegedly became upset, pushed the pastor, then took off his shirt and punched his lover in the face. He is free on a $2,500 bond
31-year-old David Leyva was charged with public intoxication after he chased an employee of Banner Lofts around the establishment and was found at an intersection with no idea what city he was in.
23-year-old Zachary J. Minton is charged with public intoxication, vandalism, and resisting arrest, after Metro Police say he was at Play Dance Bar when he vandalized a stranger’s car, pushing officers who were attempting to arrest him, and eventually attempted to kick the window out of the patrol car several times once inside.
Wesley White, 32, was arrested for domestic assault and vandalism under $2500.00 after an argument at Tribe escalated to an assault at the apartment he shares with his boyfriend.
25-year-old Tyler Anderson is charged with public intoxication and vandalism after police say he lost his shirt and scaled a fence at Play Dance Bar. When he reached the roof of the club, he jumped onto the pavement below, and took his drunken rage out on at least 5 vehicles, knocking off mirrors and vandalizing them.
What appeared to be on-duty Nashville Fire Department Firefighters, in uniform and carrying radios, showed up to at least one Nashville gay bar this weekend, selling rainbow themed ‘Nashville Fire’ t-shirts to the gay men in the bar, or as one patron called it on his social media “selling water in a desert.”
Marion Blue, 20, walked out of 1805 Church St overnight, upset that a security guard pulled a gun on him. He walked to his car, which was parked in front of undercover detectives, retrieved an assault rifle and opened fire as he turned in several directions.
A Nashville man says he was banned from the Downtown YMCA for an Instagram post