Just before 1 a.m. Sunday, Metro Nashville Police Officers were attempting to break up a large brawl on Broadway just outside of Nudie’s Honky Tonk. They encountered 33-year-old Tandrea James among the brawlers. She initially attempted to walk away while stating she didn’t know why she had to stop or stay or even why everyone was fighting. She then claimed two other females had jumped her, however, one of the other women claims Tandrea James was the person who threw the first punch at her niece.
Metro Nashville Police say 26-year-old Jarred Likins was kicked out of Wanna B’s in downtown Nashville for being disorderly inside the bar. While being escorted out of the venue, he elbowed a bouncer in the face. Once inside the patrol car and while being transported to booking he unbuckled his seatbelt to “get his phone”, which he then pretended to talk to someone on during the entire ride to booking. There was no phone, the officers had already bagged it as part of his property.
20-year-old Antonio Cruz was found standing underneath the outside sprinklers at the Home Depot on Bell road, extremely intoxicated and enjoying the drops of water raining down on him. A store manager attempted to ask him to leave the property, but when he continued to remain under the sprinklers, police were alerted. When he was unable to tell him who he was or where he stayed, they took him into custody for public intoxication.
22-year-old Maximilian Baker was found passed out from intoxication on the second floor of Boot Barn on Broadway in downtown Nashville. He reeked of alcohol and refused all medical assistance when offered. He told police to just take him to jail. officers assisted him in standing and escorted him out of the store. While en route to booking, he attempted to kick out the window of the patrol car.
Metro Nashville Police arrived at the Kimpton Aertson Hotel in downtown Nashville to find 27-year-old Camron Siener unconscious on the couch in the lobby. Once he was awakened, he admitted to not being a guest at this specific hotel, and repeatedly stated he was actually staying at “12 and Myself”. Officers escorted him off the property at the request of the hotel and attempted to direct him to an Uber to get to his correct hotel. A few moments later, Siener returned back inside the lobby claiming he was, in fact, staying here, and gave them names of several friends who were also registered at the location. The front desk confirmed that neither he, nor any of his friends, were registered at this hotel. Police asked him one last time to contact someone to come get him. Siener then pulled out a debit card and began to use it as a cell phone, in an apparent attempt to phone a friend. Officers eventually determined he was too intoxicated for his own safety and transported him to booking, where he was charged with public intoxication.
19-year-old Ava Purifoy had to be carried out of Bridgestone Arena by off-duty officers Saturday night after she caused a scene inside from being overly intoxicated. As she was being placed into custody and the rear of a patrol car she began to kick her legs at officers and scream. She then kicked the windows from inside the car, demanding to be let out of custody. She eventually admitted to consuming “three drinks”. She was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.