24-year-old Carson Dobozy’s eyes teared up as he began to cry and speak with Officer Danielle Thompson at booking in the early hours of Saturday morning. Just after 2:30 a.m. Dobozy had been found asleep in a parking garage on 4th Ave North, in an obvious state of over-intoxication. He was unable to locate any friends or family to retrieve him and refused medical assistance. With no other resources, Dobozy was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
46-year-old Erika Conover was found by a citizen near 1 Symphony Place in downtown Nashville just after 6 p.m. Friday, extremely intoxicated and unable to care for herself. An officer was flagged down and attempted to assist Conover as she stated she was trying to get to her AirBNB. However, the app on her phone showed she had not yet booked it, and her card on file was declined when she attempted to do so. Conover kept getting drunkenly distracted and telling the female officer how much she loved her during the interaction and begged her not to be mad at her. The officer took Conover to the Moxy Hotel, where she attempted to get a room, but she did not have her credit card available. Unable to locate any of her friends and her having nowhere safe to stay, Conover was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
31-year-old Charles Maxwell entered the closed race track of the Music City Grand Prix on Friday and refused to leave. Race staff eventually contacted Metro Nashville Police, who also encountered Maxwell and explained he had to leave the restricted area. He continued to refuse and was obviously intoxicated. Officers transported him to booking and charged him with public intoxication.
34-year-old Gregory Perrotto was asked to leave Honky Tonk Central in downtown Nashville due to his extreme level of intoxication and being disorderly with bar staff and patrons. He refused to comply with directives from the venue’s security staff, and Metro Nashville Police Officers arrived at the location and noted his level of intoxication was “quite high” in court documents. He was given one last chance to leave on his own, but refused, and was taken into custody for public intoxication and transported to booking.
Metro Nashville Police Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville were near 3rd Ave South and the Pedestrian Bridge late Friday evening when they observed 38-year-old Beau Gamet begin to pull out his genitals and urinate where he stood, in the middle of other pedestrians. He was obviously intoxicated and was taken into custody for his own safety and charged with public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Police encountered 24-year-old Kevin Wengard on Broadway in downtown Nashville late Friday night, where they say he was extremely intoxicated and screaming “obscenities and racial epithets” at other people downtown. They say it was clear he would be unable to safely make his way home on his own so he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Police working CMA Fest in downtown Nashville Thursday night responded to a call about a man fighting with the manager at the 3rd Ave S. location. While working that call, they encountered the subject’s friend, 38-year-old Kirk Dean McCoy, who was holding on to his friend in order to stand upright and was highly intoxicated. When officers asked McCoy to step aside so they could continue their investigation, he physically got between the subject and officers to prevent them from continuing their investigation. After being asked to move along multiple times, he was placed into custody for public intoxication.
36-year-old Shane Woods reportedly bothered both staff and other guests at the Home2 Suites by Hilton Nashville Vanderbilt on Division Street late Saturday evening. Police arrived to find him unsteady on his feet and slurring all the words he attempted to use. He claimed to have only drank two alcoholic beverages, however upon further investigation, officers asked him to stand up straight — at which point he almost fell face forward to the ground. Unable to locate any friends or family to assist him, officers transported him to booking, where he was charged with public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville observed 27-year-old Alexander Bevis stumbling into the roadway near Broadway & 1st Ave this weekend. Officers made contact to keep him out of the roadway and safe, and immediately noticed his extreme level of intoxication, describing him as “belligerent.” Unable to care for himself in his current state, and unable to locate his friends or family, he was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
24-year-old Isaac Kollock was found passed out at the corner of 4th & Broadway in downtown Nashville early Friday morning. After he came to, medics attempted to transport him to the hospital for evaluation, however, he refused and attempted to stumble away, almost falling over. Police determined he was too intoxicated to be left on his own, and transported him to booking.