DUI: Molina Wilson charged after near crash with a police patrol car

31-year-old Molina Wilson was jailed for DUI on Sunday morning when he almost hit a police officer while running a red light at the intersection of Nolensville Rd. and Wallace Rd. The officer could smell alcohol while approaching the vehicle. There was a box of Corona beer in the backseat with some containers open. Wilson never admitted to drinking alcohol but agreed to do a sobriety test and performed poorly. When he was asked for his driver’s license, he told police that he didn’t have one.

DUI: Woman blows over double the legal BAC after West Nashville crash — Hannah Coots

28-year-old Hannah Coots says she had a Corona, three beers, and a couple of shots of Bourbon before crashing her vehicle in West Nashville Sunday night. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, officers say she blew a 0.191 BAC on a breathalyzer test.

Man sleeps at wheel, blocks road for over an hour: says he had four Coronas

34-year-old Aaron Domingues was charged with driving under the influence, driving with no license, and implied consent after he passed out behind the wheel and blocked traffic in both directions at Paragon Mills and Tampa Road for over an hour.

WSMV confirms 6 employees on 14-day quarantine, including Tom Randles, the entire station being disinfected

In a statement to Scoop: Nashville, WSMV has confirmed 6 employees have been sent home on a 14-day quarantine after an attendee at a telethon last week tested positive for #COVID19. These six employees may have had contact with the infected individual but are not currently showing any symptoms.