26-year-old Hunter Bridges was kicked out of Whiskey Bent on Broadway in downtown Nashville late Friday night and was so combative with security that MNPD officers became involved. The Indiana man resisted all efforts at calming down and eventually kicked at Officer Nicholas Pernell while being hobble restrained. While completing the arrest report, Bridges began making racial slurs at Pernell and spitting in his patrol car. Pernell, one of Nashville’s literal finest, a model turned policeman, handled the situation professionally and drove the man to jail while his hands and feet were shackled in the back of his patrol car.
24-year-old Zachary Lindsey faces multiple charges after witnesses say came to the stage of Honky Tonk Central Saturday night and used his fist “like a tomahawk” to assault the performer, swung a music stand around above the crowd, and then ended his own performance by throwing a glass beer bottle into the performer’s guitar, with a perfect landing.
60-year-old Delisia Gomez, visiting from Phoenix, AZ, is charged with domestic assault after she and the victim returned to a Gulch residence after a night on Broadway in #DowntownNashville, and the two got into an argument. He admits to calling her a b**ch, and she assaulted him in response.
41-year-old Luxury Real Estate Agent Rachel Leigh Mays is free on a $25,000 bond after investigators discovered a FedEx package being delivered to her contained 2 kilos of the hallucinogenic and psychedelic drug DMT. A TBI Special Agent went undercover as a delivery person and Mays accepted the package. Her Werthan Mills loft was then raided.
26-year-old tourist Anthony Hunter Challender is returning home to Williamston, MI, on a $6,000 bond and with a felony charge after a woman says Challender witnessed a man sexually assault her on Broadway in downtown Nashville, then crossed the street and beat the man’s head on the sidewalk where he once stood, slamming his head onto the concrete repeatedly, until he was unconscious.
A Nashville couple started their Saturday evening partying in downtown Nashville together but woke up in separate jail cells Sunday morning. Witnesses reported Nashville Christian School teacher Leah Riek repeatedly slapped her boyfriend, John Ladd, in the face and police found them heavily intoxicated and lying in a parking lot, too drunk to stand at 6:38 p.m.
Two thirty-somethings came to Nashville and the city absolutely devoured them. They were not prepared for all the fun the city offered. Shannon Young & Gabrielle began their night barhopping in downtown Nashville, and found themselves ten miles away in a hotel lobby that wasn’t theirs, attempting to sleep on the floor while covered in vomit and urine. From the back of a patrol car, one of them joyfully claimed “I am so excited” as she approached the sally port of the jail, as she continued on her adventure.
Aspiring social media influencer identical twins Jacob Christopher Baez & Jared Christian Baez were arrested Sunday morning after being unable to pay the $17,874.74 tab they ran up at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row for their 24th birthday celebration. The pair each posted a $5,000 bond Sunday afternoon. Reached via phone, the twins stated they hoped they’d be verified on Instagram and get a lot of news coverage, and they would be “legends” for this weekend.
32-year-old Musician Graham Nancarrow is charged with public intoxication and assault, after admitting to punching a man in the elevator at Kid Rock’s Big Honky Tonk & Steakhouse in downtown Nashville, leaving him with a black eye and scratches. He claims he “feared for his life” but was unable to articulate why.
24-year-old Brittany Wyatt is charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct after police say she refused to wear a mask at the Valentine in downtown Nashville this weekend. Instead, she chose to yell & scream at staff, and threaten security as she was escorted out.