25-year-old Nicholas Judd was jailed on Saturday after crashing on I-24. When police arrived and asked Judd what happened, he said, “I drove drunk.” Police smelled alcohol coming from him and observed an open container on the passenger side. He refused to perform sobriety tests and was taken into custody and transported to General Hospital for a blood draw.
Officers were called to Trax bar on Ensley Boulevard for an assault in progress on October 9 in which 29-year-old Anthony Jenkins was allegedly involved. When officers arrived and began investigating the incident, they stated that Jenkins became more upset and began to yell at the victim. It’s also reported that Jenkins was told by officers and other patrons to stay away from the victim before he tried lunging at him to re-initiate a physical altercation. Due to this, the officers determined that the defendant was disorderly and his behavior would continue, so he was taken into custody.
21-year-old Keishonna Stewart yelled at police after she did not pull over immediately when they turned on their lights. Police flashed their lights at her after they saw her almost crash into another vehicle on Myatt Dr. When she pulled over in the center turn lane, she opened her door, and police saw a handgun under her driver’s seat. She refused to leave the vehicle when police commanded her to, so they had to pull her out. Keishonna resisted being placed into custody and refused to walk to the patrol car. Police noted the smell of alcohol on Keishonna and read her Miranda. While under Miranda, she willingly told police that she had drank “1 to 3 shots of Don Julio.” Police inventoried her vehicle and had it towed after she consented to a blood test.