38-year-old Harold Finch is charged with assault after Metro Nashville Police say he sucker-punched Dustin Tyler Godwin in the face during the Legendz of the Streetz concert featuring Jeezy, Gucci Mane, T.I., Trina, 8 Ball & MJG, this weekend at the Bridgestone Arena.
34-year-old Brian Rodriguez was a CMA Fest on Saturday and while at Nudie’s Honky Tonk he reportedly got into a fight and then “chest-bumped” a security guard and got in his face when he was asked to leave. Metro Nashville Police Officers arrived to assist and as they were placing him into custody, Rodriguez began to pull away and it took multiple officers to gain control of him. Police say he was heavily intoxicated and was unsafe to be left unattended.
Metro Nashville Police were dispatched to Kid Rock’s Bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville Sunday afternoon, and while they were taking another individual from another incident into custody, 45-year-old Joshua Lee Mier grabbed Officer Randall and began to interfere with the arrest. Determined to interject himself into the situation, Mier was also taken into custody due to his extreme level of intoxication and inability to care for himself in public.
39-year-old Joan Lamb was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail late Friday night after she climbed to the top of a building that is closed to the public at 201 Broadway in downtown Nashville. Fire and police were dispatched to the scene after CMA Fest attendees noticed she had made her way onto the roof, onto which she threw a backpack after she used the fire escape ladder to make her way to the top of the building. MNPD’s Special Response Team was dispatched, and Nashville Fire eventually had to use a ladder truck in the middle of downtown to get the SRT officers onto the roof to take her into custody and recover the backpack, which was cleared.
Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville for CMA Fest were flagged down by security outside of 429 Broadway, where they observed 27-year-old Christie Coulter, from Massachusetts, who was hitting and pushing people on her way out of the Mellow Mushroom. Sergeant Carlow Urrutia attempted to make contact and detain Coulter by grabbing her wrist, however, she became irate and resisted, causing him to take her to the ground. She was placed in a patrol car, despite attempts to pull away from officers, and then screamed and kicked the partition inside the cruiser. Once at booking, she continues screaming and causing a disturbance.
As the opening night of CMA Fest 2022 ended at Nissan Stadium overnight, Metro Nashville Police responded to the parking lot of the stadium just after 3 a.m. Friday after venue security observed an assault. 45-year-old Chad Muus reportedly threw his wife, Kaydi Muus, to the ground, causing her to strike her knees on the pavement, and leaving her with injuries. Police noted both parties appeared heavily intoxicated and determined Chad to be the primary aggressor.
Metro Nashville Police working CMA Fest in downtown Nashville Thursday night responded to a call about a man fighting with the manager at the 3rd Ave S. location. While working that call, they encountered the subject’s friend, 38-year-old Kirk Dean McCoy, who was holding on to his friend in order to stand upright and was highly intoxicated. When officers asked McCoy to step aside so they could continue their investigation, he physically got between the subject and officers to prevent them from continuing their investigation. After being asked to move along multiple times, he was placed into custody for public intoxication.
42-year-old Darrell Dalton was released from jail Tuesday after posting a bond that was reduced from $10,000 to $2,000 by a Nashville judge. Court records show Dalton confessed to groping at least two women on the Rolling Mill Hill Greenway in downtown Nashville. Two separate women made complaints to MNPD about having their buttocks groped and smacked while using the greenway on May 27th. One complaint details he ran up behind the victim and “smacked her on the butt”. Dalton said in a statement to police that it “made him feel better” after smacking her buttocks.
Herron climbed in and shut the door, locking herself in the police car. She told officer Large the address she wanted to go to and ask that he start the ride. Officer Large asked his new passenger if she knew where she was, to which she replied “yes, you’re my Uber”.