45-year-old Nicky Miller was jailed after police observed him walking in and out of lanes of traffic on Broadway and 3rd Avenue. He had bloodshot eyes, alcohol coming from his breath, and slurred speech. Police determined he was a danger to himself and he was transported to booking.
Metro Nashville Police Officer David Snowden says he encountered 51-year-old James Russell sleeping in a sleeping bag with blankets on the sidewalk at 9 p.m. on a Sunday at 1st Ave. North & Gay Street in downtown Nashville. Snowden says it made the sidewalk difficult to walk, and he woke Russell up and cited him with obstructing a passageway. Russell had no prior charges in Nashville.
Police say 33-year-old Kalli Rose Smith was found in downtown Nashville unaware of her location and heavily intoxicated. She could not tell officers where she was staying or where she was going. Due to her level of intoxication and potential of becoming a victim of a more serious crime, she was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
41-year-old Jason Anderson was kicked out of a downtown Nashville bar and refused service due to his level of intoxication. As he was being escorted out, he became argumentative and belligerent. Officers responded to the scene to assist and offered him a courtesy ride, but he refused. He was then offered to sober up at the hospital, but he also refused all medical assistance to avoid jail. Out of options, he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Police Officer David Snowden says 25-year-old Riley Lee Roach refused to obey his “lawful orders” when he directed him to find his friend and get a ride home from downtown Nashville. Snowden claims that Roach was “causing trouble” with a food vendor so he demanded he leave the area. When the officer asked if he had too much to drink, Roach replied “not yet”. When Roach told Officer Snowden he wasn’t leaving or going anywhere, the bully MNPD officer told him he was placing him under arrest for public intoxication and disorderly conduct for “refusing to obey a lawful order” according to an arrest warrant.
Metro Nashville Police say 28-year-old Emily Jane Delaney had to be removed from the Ryman Auditorium Sunday night. She was causing an unnecessary disturbance and stated she had been drinking tequila shots. Officers noted both her breath and body reeked of alcohol, and she had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes during their encounter. She was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
A Metro Nashville WeGo Public Transit bus crashed into 77-year-old Bennie Lee’s vehicle on May 4th. Metro Nashville Police arrived at the scene, they demanded his vehicle be immediately towed due to the location and rush hour traffic. They said the vehicle would have to be towed to the city-partnered tow lot, and told him the costs he would be charged, however, Bennie Lee refused and insisted his vehicle would only be towed to his home, but that shouldn’t have to pay for it, as the city bus struck him. He then stood near the vehicle and blocked the way of the tow truck that the city had dispatched to remove the vehicle from the roadway. Officers contacted public works, who declined to assist in changing the tire so it could maybe just be driven away, stating the location was too dangerous. Police eventually arrested the man and charged him with disorderly conduct so they could tow the car off the roadway.
An arrest warrant states 28-year-old Corederious Lebron Amey grabbed his girlfriend by her hair and “pulled out countless braids from her scalp”, and while holding a gun, threatened to shoot her in the face after punching her with his fists. He is jailed in lieu of a $10,000 bond.
42-year-old Anthony Conrad is charged with injuring his wife of 22 years with a picture frame after she “made hurtful comments” directed at him after a night of drinking on Broadway in Downtown Nashville. #VisitMusicCity
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”.