Jonathan Elliott booked after causing disturbance with motorcycle in Exxon parking lot

25-year-old Jonathan Elliott was one of 10 to 20 individuals causing a disturbance with their motorcycles in the Exxon parking lot on April 7th. Staff at the location alerted the authorities, advising that they did not want any motorcycles on the property. Upon arrival, officers warned several people, including Elliott, to leave the establishment or they would be subject to arrest. Then, officers left and returned about an hour later to find Elliott still there. Officers discovered that Exxon had an active trespass waiver and cited him for the incident that day. Elliott was later booked on the citation of criminal trespass on May 10th.

Manishkumar Kadiya refuses to leave the Greyhound bus station

37-year-old Manishkumar Kadiya refused to leave the Greyhound Bus Station on Representative John Lewis Way South late May 14th. Upon arrival, staff members pointed him out to officers, advising them that they told him to leave the premises, but he disregarded them. Officers explained to Kadiya that he would be charged with trespassing if he refused to leave the location. They escorted him off the property, and he told them he had nowhere to go, adding that he would return to the bus station once his bus was loading. Officers left and observed him walk back to the station and sit up against the wall on the outside. They confirmed that the location had an active trespass waiver on file. Kadiya was taken into custody for criminal trespass.

Stephen Beck caught with crack pipe after sleeping under “very large” no-trespassing sign

29-year-old Stephen Logan Beck was found sleeping in the front doorway of a Hermitage Avenue property on the afternoon of May 13th. Officers located him sleeping directly under a “very large” no-trespassing sign, where they found a metal crack pipe and a lighter lying next to him. When officers spoke with Beck, he refused to provide them with his information, so they detained him for the incident. Officers discovered that the establishment had an active trespass waiver for Beck. Beck was taken into custody for the unlawful use of drug paraphernalia and criminal trespass.

Josue Solis kicked out of Plaza Mariachi for being too drunk

23-year-old Josue Solis was caught trespassing at the Plaza Mariachi on Nolensville Pike on April 27th. Officers made contact with security, who advised that Solis was escorted out of their bar for being overly intoxicated and pushy. Security also informed officers that Solis kept trying to return to the building through different entrances after he was kicked out. Officers advised Solis that he needed to find a way home, to which he responded by saying that he would get his brother to take him. Solis made no effort to contact his brother, so the officers reminded him, but the same behavior continued. Due to his level of intoxication, Josue Solis was taken into custody and charged with criminal trespassing and public intoxication.

Caleb Campbell speeds down I-40 West in his Pontiac G6

29-year-old Caleb Campbell was booked on a citation on April 23rd when law enforcement observed him speeding at I-40 West on January 22nd, 2023. He was seen in a red 2010 Pontiac G6 doing 91 mph in a 70 mph lane. Caleb Campbell does not have a valid driver’s license.

Miguel Miller caught sleeping at random home on Middleton Road

33-year-old Miguel Miller was caught sleeping at a home near Middleton Road. On February 26th, officers observed Miller sleeping on the property and approached him. Officers deemed he qualified for a state citation, and he was booked on the citation for criminal trespass. 

Justin Perry refuses to leave after drunkenly assaulting employee at Nashville Rescue Mission

26-year-old Justin Perry struck Daryel Lawrence, an employee, at the Nashville Rescue Mission around 11:06 a.m. on April 18th. When officers arrived, they located Perry outside with other employees. Then, they spoke with Lawrence, who stated that Perry had been acting very erratic and aggressive toward others since the morning. Lawrence said they advised Perry to leave the property for a day, which he refused. Employees escorted Perry out of the building, but he stayed on the premises. Lawrence provided officers with security cam footage, which showed him exiting the building and talking to Perry. Lawrence then informs Perry he needed to leave, sparking an altercation, where Perry hit him on the left side of his face. Then, the manager at the establishment pulled Lawrence back into the building while other employees hindered Perry from entering. When officers spoke with Perry, he reeked of alcohol and showed numerous signs of impairment. Perry was taken into custody for assault and criminal trespass.

Miaya Grigsby jailed for trespassing at Target

45-year-old Miaya Grigsby was booked on a citation for criminal trespass for an incident that occurred on March 22nd. Officers were dispatched to Target on White Bridge Pike, where they spoke with security, who advised that Grigsby signed a trespass waiver on June 17th, 2023, valid for a year. She explained to officers that she did not realize the trespass was still in effect, but Target wished to prosecute for the incident, and Grigsby was cited on April 15th.

Donyale Jackson caught with used crack pipes after sleeping on Lindsley Avenue Church steps

50-year-old Donyale Jackson was sleeping on the steps at The Lindsley Avenue Church around 2:15 p.m. on March 15th. Officers observed this and confirmed that the Church had a valid trespass waiver. So, officers stopped Jackson and questioned him, during which he stated he had a knife and “pipes” in his pocket. Officers searched him and located four pipes: three glass and one metal, which appeared to have been used to smoke crack. He told them the last time he consumed crack was on March 14th. Officers cited him for the incident that day. Jackson failed to pay fines or appear in court, so he was booked on the citations for criminal trespass and the unlawful use of drug paraphernalia on April 12th.

James Curtis repeatedly takes photos, refuses to leave Vanderbilt University Hospital

18-year-old James Trenton Curtis was being disorderly, taking photos in the patient care area at Vanderbilt University Hospital’s Trauma Unit around 6:33 p.m. on April 9th. When VUPD Sergeant Garrett Bennett arrived, he spoke with security, who told him Curtis was asked to leave and placed on a twelve-hour visitation ban. He initially complied and returned to confront security, but Bennett intervened and started speaking with him. Curtis requested to speak with a supervisor, and Bennett told him he was the supervisor and agreed to talk with him while they were leaving the floor. Curtis refused to leave at first, but after Bennett asked him to leave repeatedly, he complied. Curtis then recorded the interaction on the floor and elevator as he accompanied him to the lobby. While in the lobby, Curtis went through the entrance as if he were going to leave, stopped at the doorway, turned around, and started recording the lobby. Then, Bennett approached him and told him to leave the property, but he refused and asked for a supervisor again, even after being informed that Bennett was multiple times. Curtis was then taken into custody for criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.