61-year-old Glenn Beauchamp was drunk and disorderly at Ascension Saint Thomas Hospital Midtown in the early hours of October 25th when he was told numerous times to leave the property. Beauchamp was visibly intoxicated as he admitted to having five beers earlier to officers. Security at St. Thomas advised officers that Beauchamp was not being seen for anything but was visiting a friend. He began to be vulgar towards the nursing staff as he started filming inside the emergency room and became aggressive when security asked him to stop filming and cursing. Beauchamp was forced out of the hospital by security as he told officers that he was okay to remain on hospital property because he called the police and that he was upset because he did not think that his friend needed the treatment that the staff administered. Beauchamp was taken into custody for criminal trespassing and public intoxication.
27-year-old Sydney Kendall was at Play Dance Bar on Church Street in the early hours of Saturday morning when she left the club, got into her vehicle, and began to throw liquor bottles from her car toward other vehicles in the parking lot. Security altered MNPD, who approached Kendall, causing her to put the car in reverse in an attempt to flee. She eventually stopped the vehicle, exited, and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Though initially agreeing to take a breathalyzer, once she was at booking she refused to comply with any testing. As she returned from the breathalyzer room, Kendall became irate and shoved officers. She dropped to the floor, kicked one officer in the groin, and pulled on their gear as she was being held against the wall.
38-year-old Jennifer Powell had a dispute at Play Dance Bar on Church Street about a wallet, which caused security to get involved early Friday morning. Security staff stated that after a wallet went missing, Jennifer was confronted and gave the wallet back to the unknown individual, who then left. When they told Jennifer and her party to leave the venue, Jennifer began fighting security. They stated they did not wish to prosecute but wanted Jennifer off the property. Police gave her the opportunity to leave with her friends, but she refused to take it. Also, she had no phone or wallet to get a hotel or a ride. Due to her signs of visible intoxication, police placed her in custody for public intoxication and transported her to booking.
30-year-old Robert Palumbo continuously attempted to enter Electric Jane Bar after being barred for being too intoxicated, then sat in the driver’s seat of a tour bus, refusing to leave. Close to 11:30 pm on July 27th, police found Robert unsteady on his feet outside Electric Jane Bar on Division St. Reportedly, Robert was denied access several times to Electric Jane Bar due to his level of intoxication. After several attempts to force his way in, he climbed into the driver seat of a nearby tour bus with the owner asleep in the bus. He refused to get off the bus when the owner told him to. Eventually, he made his way back out in front of Electric Jane Bar, where police found him.
28-year-old Robert Kilbane fell asleep and drove his white Chevy Silverado onto a curb at the White Castle on Broadway in downtown Nashville and into a tree just after 5 a.m. Thursday. It took multiple attempts for first responders to awaken Kilbane, but he eventually exited the vehicle while unsteady on his feet and reeking of alcohol. Kilbane told officers he had “a couple of beers” with friends earlier in the night. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody, charged with DUI.
An Uber driver reported to police that he witnessed 29-year-old Joshua Garozzo pry open a door at 1720 West End Avenue just after 4 a.m. Saturday morning. Officers arrived and observed the door of the obviously closed business was ajar. Garozzo was found sitting atop a desk, passed out, with urine-soaked pants. He was unable to tell officers why he was there and struggled to stay awake. He was taken into custody and transported to booking.
51-year-old Deanna Paul was jailed early Saturday morning after a fight with her lover, Zachariah Coker, at the Residence Inn by Marriott Nashville Vanderbilt. The two were out drinking on Broadway in downtown Nashville Friday night when Zachariah decided to return to the hotel while Deanna stayed downtown. Once she returned to the hotel, Zachariah says she began to hit him in the face and bit his finger until she pushed him out of the room and locked the door. Deanna says she only bit his finger because he stuck it in her mouth while they were physically fighting. Officers documented injuries to the victim’s face and finger and took Deanna into custody, charging her with domestic assault.
Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District Initiative on Broadway in downtown Nashville say 36-year-old Mdamed Mohamed was drunkenly attempting to get into multiple vehicles. As officers encountered him, he could barely stand up and could not answer any questions meaningfully. Officers attempted to locate an address to take him home but were unable to do so. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
23-year-old Grayson Taylor was kicked out of Zanies Comedy Club after he says he drank a half-bottle of wine and a few additional drinks. Club staff report he was restrained by security after he began screaming racial slurs and causing a disturbance to other patrons. Police arrived to help escort him from the property, and while waiting for an Uber he took off his shirt and became more violent and threatening. He refused to get into the Uber when it arrived, and then threatened officers. After they told him he would be placed under arrest, he requested a supervisor respond to the scene.
While waiting on a supervisor to arrive, Taylor called 911 several more times to demand other officers respond, he then walked to another business where he also became a disturbance. They then warned him a few more times to “remain calm” which he refused to do. At some point they took eventually him into custody, charging him with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Police say Dakota Cummingham and Alex Morton Oneal admit to driving by a car meet of “street racers” on February 4th and holding a pair of rubber testicles toward the people in the crowd while yelling “this meet sucks” and “suck my truck nuts”. They say a red Camero pulled up to them and three males exited the car with guns pointed at them while the driver of the Camero pulled a handgun and chambered a round while telling them they were going to die that day. Police located the vehicle, with the driver, 20-year-old Tyler Cobb, still inside, two blocks away and took him into custody. Cobb also had an outstanding warrant from two weeks prior when he vandalized a car that stopped to take photos of him doing donuts in the middle of the roadway.