Calvin Perkins attempts to fight multiple people while in handcuffs, tells them he will “mess them up”

20-year-old Calvin Dewain Perkins was involved in a fight near The Walk of Fame Park in the early hours of April 17th. When officers arrived, they noticed Perkins was detained by security, who advised them that he had seen him in a scuffle nearby. Then, while officers spoke with Perkins, he kept yelling at people walking by, telling them he would fight them and “mess them up.” While in handcuffs, he tried to charge at several people while threatening officers and bystanders. Perkins was taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

Eric Drees tells police to take him to jail after a scuffle on Broadway

32-year-old Eric Edward Drees had a heated verbal altercation with an unidentified male on the corner of Broadway and Representative John Lewis Way late April 13th. The officers observed the two parties scuffling as they approached and separated them. Then, when officers told them to leave Broadway, get in a taxi, or go to jail, Drees told them to “Do it.” Drees was then taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

James Curtis repeatedly takes photos, refuses to leave Vanderbilt University Hospital

18-year-old James Trenton Curtis was being disorderly, taking photos in the patient care area at Vanderbilt University Hospital’s Trauma Unit around 6:33 p.m. on April 9th. When VUPD Sergeant Garrett Bennett arrived, he spoke with security, who told him Curtis was asked to leave and placed on a twelve-hour visitation ban. He initially complied and returned to confront security, but Bennett intervened and started speaking with him. Curtis requested to speak with a supervisor, and Bennett told him he was the supervisor and agreed to talk with him while they were leaving the floor. Curtis refused to leave at first, but after Bennett asked him to leave repeatedly, he complied. Curtis then recorded the interaction on the floor and elevator as he accompanied him to the lobby. While in the lobby, Curtis went through the entrance as if he were going to leave, stopped at the doorway, turned around, and started recording the lobby. Then, Bennett approached him and told him to leave the property, but he refused and asked for a supervisor again, even after being informed that Bennett was multiple times. Curtis was then taken into custody for criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.

Joseph Enlow interferes with traffic by walking in the middle of the street downtown

58-year-old Joseph Enlow was seen walking in the middle of the 8th Avenue South and McGavock Street intersection on April 5th. When officers arrived at the mentioned location, they observed Multiple vehicles forced to move out of the way to avoid hitting him. Once stopped, Enlow provided law enforcement with his name and date of birth but refused to give any reason for his behavior in the street. Joseph Enlow was taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct.

Samuel Jennings angrily snaps door handle off Airbnb

49-year-old Samuel Jackson Jennings was banging on a door to the Airbnb apartments above Boot Barn on Broadway late April 4th. Officers overheard this and went to the noise, where they located him snapping the handle off a steel door. When officers approached him, he was very irate and showed signs of impairment, so they deemed him a danger to himself and others. Jennings was then taken into custody for disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

Hunter Williams fights juveniles with his wife on Broadway after being kicked out of Honky Tonk Central

23-year-old Hunter Williams and his wife, Sabrina Smith, were seen outside Honky Tonk Central arguing with kids on April 5th. Officers observed Williams punching a lightbox outside Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row after he and his wife were kicked out. William seemed visibly irate and displayed several signs of intoxication. Shortly after, officers saw the couple across the street at Honky Tonk Central. Smith appeared to be calming Williams down until they both got into an argument with two disorderly juveniles. After arguing, a fight broke out between the four. Hunter Williams was then taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

Sabrina Smith fights juveniles with her husband on Broadway

22-year-old Sabrina Smith and her husband, Hunter Williams, were seen outside Honky Tonk Central arguing with kids on April 5th. Officers arrived and made contact with other officers present at the scene. The officers present stated that they observed Williams punching a lightbox outside Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row after he and his wife were kicked out. Smith displayed several signs of intoxication. Shortly after, officers saw the couple across the street at Honky Tonk Central. Smith appeared to be calming Williams down before they got into an altercation with two disorderly juveniles. After arguing, a fight broke out between the four. Sabrina Smith was taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

Tyler Barr shoves man for insulting his girlfriend in alley outside Barstool Nashville

27-year-old Tyler Barr had an altercation with an individual in an alley on the side of Barstool Sports Bar in the early hours of April 7th. Upon arrival, officers observed him arguing with several individuals and separated them. Officers were advised that Barr was arguing with a woman, later identified as Barr’s girlfriend. A man passing by made a comment to Barr’s girlfriend, which angered him. Barr then shoved him, causing him to fall on his face, leaving lacerations to his jaw. Barr told officers that he was arguing with his girlfriend while walking through the alley when he overheard a man insult his girlfriend. So, Barr pushed the man in the back, causing him to fall face-first. While officers spoke to Barr, he began arguing with the victim and his friends. Barr threatened the victim, calling him a “p*ssy” and asking if he wanted to fight. Barr was then taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

Andrew Mulcunry gets into fist fight on Broadway, tells officers “I’m just drunk”

27-year-old Andrew Joseph Mulcunry was involved in a fight with Kalen Ferninando Hatchett and others at 401 Broadway late April 6th. Officers observed this and ordered them to stop, which they ignored. When officers tried to handcuff Mulcunry, he kept trying to fight the others. Officers told him to stop resisting, but he was uncooperative. After he was detained, officers noticed he reeked of alcohol, and then he stated, “I am just drunk,” repeatedly. Mulcunry was taken into custody for disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

Kalen Hatchett gets into fist fight on Broadway

29-year-old Kalen Ferninando Hatchett and Andrew Joseph Mulcunry were involved in a fight near Merchants on Broadway in the early hours of April 7th. Officers arrived and went to break up the altercation, but Hatchett continued swinging and punching Mulcunry. When the officers tried to detain him, he started pulling away from them and resisting. Hatchett was then taken into custody for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.