24-year-old Thomas Mathews was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail early Sunday morning after police observed him exiting Nashville Underground at 105 Broadway, and pushing both patrons and staff, being unsteady on his feet and causing a disturbance. While no one wanted to prosecute for the assaults, he was too intoxicated to care for himself. Officers transported him to booking, and he was charged with public intoxication.
25-year-old tourist Corey Oakes, from Kentucky, is charged with tampering with evidence and public intoxication after he carried his friend, who shot himself in the leg in downtown Nashville while drinking, on a bird scooter back to the Cambria hotel and parked him at the entrance while he returned to their room upstairs to hide the gun. When police responded to the shooting call at the hotel they located the victim and Oakes, who was extremely intoxicated, and admitted his friend “may have possibly shot himself” and admitted to returning the gun to their room. Oakes is free on pre-trial release.
Police say a friend of 24-year old Blake West Bevans called them to say their friend was extremely intoxicated and should be checked on, giving them his location on Blakemore Ave. Police say he was walking into traffic and resisted arrest, and refused medical treatment, so they were left with no choice but to book him into jail for public intoxication.
21-year-old Jose Bonilla was charged with DUI and no driver’s license after he was pulled over for speeding past a police officer on Nolensville Pike.
29-year-old Petr Lavicka was charged with public intoxication after he was found barely able to walk while inside Bridgestone Arena.
23-year-old Nicklaus Mocabee was charged with public intoxication after he had fallen on a pedestrian bridge and could no longer walk on his own.
27-year-old Ross Downs was charged with public intoxication after he was involved in a fight at Honky Tonk Central.
31-year-old John Brimeyer was charged with public intoxication after getting into a heated argument at an intersection of Downtown Nashville.
26-year-old Brandon Brindley was charged with public intoxication and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia when he was found stumbling around 4th Avenue North after leaving Alley Taps while intoxicated.
26-year-old Michael Sheetz was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct after fighting with random people at Honky Tonk Central and getting kicked out of the location. Michael Sheetz was kicked out of Honky Tonk Central earlier in the evening on February 23rd. He returned around 4:00 a.m. and was seen by officers fighting with random people and was “clearly intoxicated” according to the affidavit. Police noted that Michael had bloodshot watery eyes, slurred speech, and was unsteady on his feet. Police deemed Michael a danger to himself and others…