Tevin Hamilton offers cop $50 to let him go after found with gun at The 5 Spot in East Nashville

Police say 31-year-old Tevin Hamilton was at The 5 Spot bar with a gun on in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Officers arrived and met with a witness who stated that after the altercation, they witnessed Hamilton exit the bar, and he appeared to be again looking for the other person that was involved while carrying a gun in his waistband. The witness was able to negotiate for the gun and hold it until the police arrived so that no one would get injured. Officers arrived and located Hamilton inside the bar and extremely intoxicated and had two loaded Glock magazines in his pocket. As he was being transported to be charged with public intoxication and possessing a firearm in a bar, Hamilton told officers he lived nearby and offered $20 to let him out and walk home. Hamilton insisted on being let out of the car and raised his offer to $50 to let him walk home.

Alicea Bowker’s DUI: Moscow Mules, Up-Down Bar, French Fries, and a parked car in East Nashville

22-year-old Alicea Bowker is charged with DUI after police say she crashed her red Prius into a Chevy Impala in East Nashville in the early overnight hours of Monday morning. Bowker says she was leaving the Up-Down bar, where she consumed two Moscow Mules, and was reaching for French fries in her vehicle when she hit the Impala, which was parked on the side of the road. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and blew a 0.156% BAC on a breathalyzer.

Christopher Alford found on East Nashville front porch, too intoxicated to know it wasn’t his

29-year-old Christopher Scott Alford was found sitting on the front porch of a house on Fatherland Street in East Nashville in the early hours of Wednesday morning. The homeowner called the police since he didn’t know the man, and wanted him removed from the property. Officer made contact with Alford, who reeked of alcohol and had trouble standing on his own. He admitted to consuming “several shots” before wandering onto the porch, and was taken into custody.

DUI: Felicia Andrus calls police to assist in her drunk driving search for her missing friend

On May 16th, 29-year-old Felicia Andrus called police to her East Nashville location on Woodland Street to report a “missing person”. Officers arrived to find Felicia sitting in her Kia Soul with the keys in the center console of the vehicle. She stepped out to explain that she was attempting to locate her friend who she had been with at 3 Crow Bar, where she drank five green tea shots, four coronas, and a Bushwacker. She lost her friend, and she had his phone, and he had hers. She had been driving around East Nashville looking for him and decided to pull over at this location to seek police to assist in her search. Officers quickly realized she was still heavily intoxicated, and she agreed to perform field sobriety tests, on which she performed poorly. She would eventually blow a 0.227% BAC on a breathalyzer at booking.

Trent Martin punches THP trooper in face as he’s crossing the street in downtown Nashville

Police say 26-year-old Trent Martin was on Broadway in downtown Nashville Saturday when he was crossing the street near 3rd Ave. As he passed by THP Trooper Andrew Simunic he turned and punched the officer square in the face with his fist and fled. He was charged with public intoxication and assault of an officer.

Musician Marc Townes charged with public intoxication in East Nashville — Marc Rasmussen

Marc Rasmussen, who goes by the stage name Marc Townes, of the Kind Hearted Strangers, was jailed in Nashville this weekend after police say he was found intoxicated outside the door of an East Nashville business and refused to leave. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.

Drunk man ends up on wrong East Nashville Porch — Benjamin Wilkinson arrested

Metro Police found 24-year-old Benjamin Wilkinson standing on a front porch of a Boscobel Street home in East Nashville this weekend. He was banging on the front door and asking to come inside, believing he was at the correct house. Police determined he was heavily intoxicated, and at the wrong house.

Wilkinson was transported to booking, and charged with public intoxication.