27-year-old Gabriel Henderson was charged with two counts of vandalism, criminal trespass, and public intoxication after refusing to leave Hallmark Inn for being intoxicated and causing damage to two vehicles, including a police vehicle.
52-year-old Richard Williams was charged with sexual battery, drug paraphernalia, possession, criminal trespass, and assault after ruckus in front of health clinic.
Brian Roche, 51, is charged with criminal trespass and theft of services after he ordered and ate a $22 meal at a restaurant in the Renaissance Nashville Hotel that he was unable to pay for.
26-year-old Brendon Michael Sullivan engaged in a game of hide-n-seek with security at a Nashville library, stating he was high on marijuana and wanted to “play around like a monkey”.
Matthew Kreighbaum was arrested Saturday afternoon after police say he tore a hole in the gutter system of a stranger’s home “so lightning would not strike”.
Jonathan Harrington, 33, is now charged with vandalism, after police say he urinated on a Metro Nashville Police Officer’s private vehicle, and smashed the back window with a stone. Harrington had an interaction with another Metro Officer earlier in the day.
Metro police say Kyle Kohler was kicked out of The End on Elliston place, then returned after changing into a whole new outfit in an attempt to fool the doorman into not recognizing him, and then refused to leave.
On Saturday, Edward Albert Batson, 65, was arrested, for his 159th charge in Nashville – and for the 66th time, the charge was dismissed. Are we so overcrowded that we are just dismissing minor charges, sometimes before they even get past intake/holding? It seems if you have 49 charges for public intoxication – at some point should you stop making the arrests, or petition the court for mandated rehab? Instead Nashville is just turning them back onto the street, without help or supervision, just charges dismissed. 159 charges in…