Gerald McClure tells police he “won’t let some foreigners get in his face & tell him what to do”

32-year-old Gerald McClure and his sister, Latina McClure, were escorted out of Rippy’s Bar around 7 p.m. on June 9th. When officers arrived, they observed Gerald “actively engaging in fighting behavior.” As officers spoke with Gerald, they smelled the unmistakable odor of alcohol coming from his breath. He was unsteady on his feet, had red, bloodshot, watery eyes, and was not making any sense. As officers tried to figure out what was going on, Gerald became irate and began yelling racial slurs at them and other patrons on Broadway. Gerald resisted as officers attempted to handcuff him.

Security advised that they asked Gerald to leave the bar due to his level of intoxication. He began to leave but changed his mind and began yelling at them. While being transported to booking, Gerald stated he would not let some “foreigners” get in his face and tell him what to do because he is a “native Tennessean and doesn’t have to listen to non-natives.” Mr. McClure was taken into custody for resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and public intoxication.

Miguel Bastida refuses to leave Rippy’s Honky Tonk, kicks window in the back of police car

30-year-old Miguel Bastida caused a disturbance at Rippy’s Honky Tonk in the early hours of June 8th. Security for the establishment alerted the authorities, advising them that Bastida was refusing to leave. They added that they escorted him out of the bar after he became combative with them. When officers arrived, they spoke with Bastida. They noticed he was visibly impaired and reeked of alcohol, so they went to detain him, during which he started resisting and pulling away from them. Once officers managed to place Bastida in the patrol car, he started kicking the window until they put him in hobble restraints. Bastida was deemed a danger to himself and was taken into custody for public intoxication, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and criminal trespassing.

Tatiana McNeill starts brawl at Whiskey River Saloon, punches security guard for kicking her out

38-year-old Tatiana McNeill was involved in a large fight at Whiskey River Saloon in the early hours of May 26th. When officers arrived, they observed her pushing and shoving a security guard outside of the establishment. Officers were advised that after the scuffle, McNeill was kicked out, and when she was denied access to the bar, she punched a security guard twice. Officers watched footage of the incident that showed her throwing the first punch, sparking the large fight inside. McNeill was deemed a danger to herself and was taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

Daniel Garner fights man at Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk, offers police oral sex to scratch his nose

37-year-old Daniel Joseph Garner caused a disturbance at Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk on the evening of May 25th. Officers reported that Garner was spotted outside of Miranda Lambert’s bar, where he had a confrontation with them regarding him harassing women. After a brief interaction, he was instructed to stop and move along. Later, Garner was found at Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk being aggressive towards patrons before physically assaulting a man in an elevator. Security intervened, removed him from the location, and detained him in a stairwell until the police arrived. Garner also reeked of alcohol, was visibly intoxicated, and had bloodshot eyes. Garner was jailed for the incident. While being transported, he made inappropriate remarks in the back of the patrol vehicle, including a request to scratch his nose in exchange for a blowjob. He further complained about being stuck in the back of the patrol car and not receiving assistance for his discomfort. Garner was taken into custody for disorderly conduct on May 26th.

Anthony Wolf spits blood in officers face while being kicked out of Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk

38-year-old Anthony Ryan Wolf was being disorderly at Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk late April 28th. Security for the establishment flagged officers down regarding the incident. When they arrived, they located Wolf, who was on the ground being detained by Ian Matthew Ray, an off-duty Police Chief for the Bell Buckle Police Department. Officers tried to identify themselves to Wolf, to which he replied, “I do not give a fuck.” Officers then went to detain him, but he became resistive, pulling his arms away and tensing up. When officers got him on the ground to arrest him, he spat in Officer Danielle Prader’s face. Wolf’s mouth was full of blood due to a cut inside of his lip from an unrelated occurrence. Wolf was then transported to Nashville General Hospital.

Then, officers spoke with Ray, who stated that security from the bar approached him, advising him that there was an issue in the bathroom and that Wolf needed to be removed from the establishment. Ray said he went to the bathroom and told Wolf he needed to leave, which he refused. Ray attempted to guide him to the door, causing Wolf to become agitated and spit in his face. While security escorted Wolf outside, he kicked Ray about five times, causing soreness, and then Ray detained him. Aaron Nolan Staten, a security guard, told officers he witnessed Wolf kicking Ray repeatedly, adding that he was also kicked and did not wish to prosecute. Wolf was taken into custody for resisting arrest, two counts of assault on an officer, criminal trespass, and disorderly conduct on April 29th.

Josue Uribe jumps on top of cab after drinking on Broadway, says his friend told him to do it

24-year-old Josue Uribe was seen jumping on top of a cab in the middle of the street on Broadway on April 28th. Uribe was observed yelling and dancing on the top of the cab. Officers made contact and noticed a strong odor of alcohol as they approached Uribe, who stated that his friend told him to do it. Uribe admitted he had 2 to 3 drinks before jumping on the cab. According to law enforcement, Josue Uribe was a danger to himself, so he was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

Kaur Harneet spills beer on police officer from balcony at Honky Tonk Central

29-year-old Kaur Harneet spilled a beer off the second-floor balcony and hit Sergeant Kristen Morgan at Honky Tonk Central in the early hours of April 27th. Officers spoke with Morgan, who stated she and the medics were looking for their patient when they were struck by falling liquid. Morgan said she observed a dark-haired female, later identified as Harneet, in a black dress, holding a cup over the balcony. Morgan said she watched Harneet hand her cup to a friend. Nicholas Pecoraro, security for Honky Tonk Central, said he saw Harneet leaning over the balcony with the cup in her hand. While security escorted Harneet out of the business, she uttered, “It was me,” as officers approached them. Morgan spoke with Harneet’s friends, who stated it was an accident and she did not mean to spill her drink. Once Harneet was detained, officers noticed she showed signs of impairment and reeked of alcohol. Harneet told officers that she had been drinking and that she was not as drunk as she may seem. Harneet was taken into custody for the assault of an officer.

Lance Biddle bothers police on Broadway

35-year-old Lance Daniel Biddle approached several officers in front of Jason Aldean’s Bar on April 7th. He advised that he was intoxicated and wanted to address an issue regarding another officer who was patrolling a different part of Broadway. During this, he showed numerous signs of intoxication and made multiple remarks about being drunk in public. Biddle had sat down on private property and appeared to have passed out, so an officer conducted a wellness check, but he refused medical attention. Biddle added that he tried giving the officer the “benefit of the doubt” since he mentioned his wife was nearby, so he walked off but returned to confront him.

Then, after becoming irate, Biddle approached a group of officers about a block away to discuss the incident. Biddle said he wanted to speak with a supervisor, so they contacted one immediately. While officers waited, they tried to get a description of the officer that Biddle had an issue with, but he could not provide enough description for them and accused them of knowing each other after they asked for further details.

He then became frustrated and argumentative, requesting them to return his ID, which they did, and he walked away while shouting things at them. Shortly after, Biddle reapproached the officers, trying to engage in an argument. They told him repeatedly that a supervisor had been called to address his complaint. Officers Ferrari, Ehman, Prader, Pearce, and Diesel witnessed the interaction. Biddle was then deemed a danger to himself and others and was taken into custody for public intoxication.

DUI: Brian Cartee attempts to flee after crashing car, tells police he “hates Nashville”

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54-year-old Brian Martin Cartee had a car accident near the Assembly Food Hall Parking Garage on 6th Avenue South late April 7th. When the police arrived, they spoke with Preston Craig Todd, an APS security employee. Todd stated that the other driver who was involved flagged him down, saying that Kia had hit her vehicle and fled. Todd said that he observed a Kia on the ramp, where he located Cartee, who showed multiple signs of intoxication. Todd added that Cartee was slow to park his car. Then, officers approached Cartee and noticed he reeked of alcohol and could not stand independently. Officers asked him if he had consumed any alcohol, to which he said he had “2 to 3” drinks. Cartee refused to take sobriety tests or provide a chemical sample after being informed of implied consent. Officers obtained surveillance showing Cartee driving the Kia during the incident and then detained him. On the way to booking, Cartee stated he had just moved to Nashville and that it was his first day here. Then, he said he “hates Nashville and the police,” adding that this is “bullshit” and “wrong” repeatedly. Cartee was taken into custody for driving under the influence and implied consent.

Jacob Allen kicked out of taxi for being too drunk to remember where he’s staying

32-year-old Jacob Chaple Allen entered a taxi and did not know where he was staying in the early hours of April 6th. The cab driver flagged officers down, stating Allen was too intoxicated. When officers approached him, they noticed he reeked of alcohol and had trouble standing up. Officers asked Allen if he was on Broadway with anyone so he could call them to get him, but he did not have his phone. When officers asked him where he was staying, Allen said, “I’d be lying if I said I did.” Allen was deemed unable to care for himself and was taken into custody for public intoxication.