28-year-old Tyler Eskridge was charged with drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license, and implied consent after striking two vehicles while driving the wrong direction down Nolensville Pike.
42-year-old Anita Leonard was charged with driving under the influence, 4th offense, after driving through a construction site while intoxicated.
28-year-old Brittany Friedlien was charged with driving under the influence after nearly driving her two children off an embankment while under the influence of Suboxone.
33-year-old Brook Hildreth was charged with driving under the influence after stumbling, swaying, and failing sobriety testing during a motor vehicle accident investigation on I-24 West.
21-year-old Jordan Powell was charged with driving under the influence after swerving while driving on Charlotte Pike after coming back from a bar in Robertson County that led to his hazardous driving and arrest near Nashville Christian School.
36-year-old Bradley Walters was charged with leaving the scene of an accident, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, and driving under the influence after fleeing from the scene of an accident and being found intoxicated with a marijuana grinder.
29-year-old Samantha Horneff was charged with DUI and implied consent following a traffic stop that occurred after she was seen swerving and failed to stop at a red light.
30-year-old Tyler Campbell was charged with DUI after he was pulled over by police and admitted to drinking 4 PBR beers.
78-year-old Evelyn Frye is charged with DUI after a traffic stop during which she admitted to drinking wine, and gave bizarre statements, such as it wasn’t hot enough to drive down West End with her high beams on.
45-year-old musician Joshua Newcom is charged with DUI after he rolled his vehicle when he ran into the barrier at the entrance ramp of Briley Parkway North from Elm Hill Pike. He told police he was trying to get back to his tour bus, parked near the Opryland Hotel, after having “five beers, like a Budweiser”.