Metro Police found 39-year-old Terrance Carter wearing only boxers and fondling his genitals with both hands at the Club-Hotel Nashville Tuesday evening, where he told a “bizarre and winding story about having two separate women he was with at the hotel”. Hotel staff reports he had been walking the hallways while nearly naked for several hours.
27-year-old Rynique Baker was charged with 2 counts of aggravated assault and domestic assault after her boyfriend told officers she pistol-whipped, pointed a gun at him, and bit him in two separate incidents.
20-year-old Erin Obrien was charged with public intoxication after officers found her yelling at security on the 10th floor of the Hilton, she insisted she was on the 14th floor of the 10-story building.
38-year-old William Fletcher was charged with an order of protection violation and vandalism after he showed up at his ex-girlfriend’s house to yell at her through her windows about her infidelity.
37-year-old William Wilson was charged with domestic assault and aggravated assault after he showed up randomly to a get-together, appearing high on hallucinogens and strangled a woman before hitting her with a car battery charger.
21-year-old William Sipe was charged with public intoxication and 24-year-old Galen Cherry was charged with disorderly conduct as well as public intoxication after officers got a report they were harassing guests outside of an Embassy Suites hotel during an alleged bachelor party.
21-year-old Dylan Gulledge was charged with public intoxication after someone reported he was yelling and kicking a car that he claimed to be his fiancé’s in a parking garage near Wild Beaver Saloon.
31-year-old Wesley Jones was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct when multiple bystanders reported he was shrieking in the middle of the road as well as their faces. When officers located him he hurled himself into the lane of traffic.
Metro Police say 29-year-old Zachary Tamburin approached them downtown in the early hours of Sunday morning, swaying, slurring, and not making any sense with his words. They took care of him, gave him a ride to jail, and charged him with public intoxication.
When Metro Police couldn’t find any drugs that Billy Medley supposedly tossed into a wooded area, they charged him with felony tampering with evidence – but the court wasn’t having it, and dismissed the case.