24-year-old Ethan Millican was yelling at another individual on Broadway on the night of December 1st. Officers observed this and advised him to leave the area, but he continued to walk aggressively towards them, disregarding their commands. Millican was taken into custody for disorderly conduct.
23-year-old Scott Sanders interrupted officers as they investigated a separate incident at 2nd Ave. S on October 29th. Officers were dispatched for a call of service when Sanders began arguing with them and refused as they asked him to move away. Officers placed Sanders in custody due to interfering in an investigation and he attempted to walk up to officers again. Officers observed Sanders to be visibly intoxicated as he was continuously resistive while in custody. Sanders was arrested for disorderly conduct.
33-year-old Texas Tourist Arthur Jay Gann repeatedly told Metro Nashville Police he would sue the officer and the department because ‘I’m rich,” as they placed him in the back of a patrol car in downtown Nashville Friday evening. Gann had been detained by security at the Lucky Bastard Saloon after being disorderly inside the bar and threatening security staff and officers with violence. He was extremely intoxicated and was transported to booking, despite his wishes otherwise.
35-year-old Justin Wiseman 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. Wiseman admitted to selling balloons for $10 each and was arrested.
22-year-old Jared Coleman-Jones and a group of people scattered when they saw police approach them on 2nd Ave close to Barstool Sports Bar. Police were alerted by a man who said he used to be prior law enforcement and saw four or five guys selling cocaine out of a bag. Police approached the men in a parking lot next to Barstool Sports Bar, but they all ran after recognizing the officers. Jared was caught on Broadway and 4th Ave. He tried to run and resisted arrest. After he was taken to the ground and handcuffed, police found a plastic bag of marijuana on his person. Jared admitted to the marijuana being his.
28-year-old Jackson Smith caused a scene for police outside of Nashville’s new Barstool Sports Bar, landing him in jail for disorderly conduct. On July 29th, MNPD officers were arresting a person outside of Barstool Sports Bar when Jackson began yelling at the police to let the arrestee go. He then refused to leave after police instructed him to do so and then began smoking a hemp cigarette. Amidst Jackson yelling, police instructed him to leave another five times, but he still refused. He was then placed into custody for disorderly conduct and transported to booking.
21-year-old Richard Acosta let a bottle and bad luck land him in jail for disorderly conduct while in Nashville. On July 29th, police were walking by Jason Aldean’s Rooftop Bar on Broadway when a bottle landed a few feet from them. They concluded that the bottle was thrown from Jason Aldean’s Rooftop Bar, so they pulled security footage. The footage showed a man, later identified as Richard Acosta from Boulder, CO, had thrown the bottle off of the roof. Later, security escorted Richard outside to the police. He was placed under arrest due to his intoxication and the likelihood the offense would continue, per the report.
Metro Nashville Police say 35-year-old Joey Ortega punched his boyfriend, Andrew Beck, in the face as they were approached the couple outside Tootsie’s on Broadway in downtown Nashville Friday night. A verbal argument attracted the attention of police initially, and as they approached, Ortega cocked his fist back and released it, landing his boyfriend on the sidewalk. He was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault with bodily injury.
27-year-old Eric Tufte was found to be screaming and yelling profanities on 12th Ave S. in the Guluch late Saturday night. He was attempting to fight anyone that walked by on the sidewalk, and police say he was highly intoxicated. Officers took him into custody, charging him with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
26-year-old Tyshecka Carter went to the home of her child’s father on New Year’s Day and began an argument with her ex, Demartin Robinson. When she began to punch him in the face, Carter called 911, as she has a history of assaulting and attacking him after showing up unannounced. After assaulting him, she threatened to smash his car with a brick and then began to punch him again while dispatch was on the phone. Officers arrived and observed multiple injuries on Martin and noted Carter’s bond conditions from her previous arrest don’t allow her to have contact with Martin.