Metro Police found Benjamin Lott, 32, drunkenly walking on Cahal just after midnight, describing his level of intoxication as “quite high”.
39-year-old Christy Baker was kicked out of Alley Pub this weekend, at which time police say she called 911 and told the operator she had been robbed in their parking lot and was being kidnapped, held in a vehicle with the doors locked. 6 vehicles, flex teams, and a K-9 unit all responded. Late Friday night, Metro’s Emergency Communication Center received a call from a female stating she had been robbed and the suspect was running away. Moments later she called 911 a 2nd time to say she was now…
23-year-old Elinor Sawyer is free on pre-trial release after a Monday arrest, charging her with DUI & illegal gun possession. Police say she stated she was ‘driving back to work’ when she crashed her vehicle and blew a .183 on a breathalyzer.
29-year-old Joseph Blakely is currently held in a Nashville jail in lieu of a $5,250 bond after being arrested at the DMV on Hart Lane late Monday afternoon, and then vandalizing the back of a patrol car.
MNPD Officer Bradley Nave says the man he was arresting, 40-year-old Kleber Soriano, offered him $500 to let him walk away from a DUI arrest. When Nave told him it wasn’t a good idea to try to bribe an officer, Soriano upped the offer to $3,000.
MNPD Officers found 35-year-old Matthew Johnson passed out across both front seats of his running vehicle, parked at a local elementary school. Johnson told officers “I’m fucking hammered”.
He was charged with DUI, Implied Consent, disorderly conduct, open container, assault of a police officer and resisting arrest. He is now free on pre-trial release.
Facing massive debt, and the 3rd eviction lawsuit in less than a year, Bellevue gastropub ‘Publicity’ will finally be closing it’s doors after brunch on Sunday. Perhaps Bellevue just wasn’t ready for $11 fried pimento cheese, a $15 burger, or a sausage biscuit with a sunny-side up egg for $14.
Trent Thorpe & Nicholas Bockoven were found asleep in a vehicle at 4:30 AM Sunday, and according to witnesses they had been sleeping in the middle of the lanes of traffic for at least 30 minutes
Officers asked McCulloch for her identification, she simply handed them a tampon and would not comply with any further questions.
Herron climbed in and shut the door, locking herself in the police car. She told officer Large the address she wanted to go to and ask that he start the ride. Officer Large asked his new passenger if she knew where she was, to which she replied “yes, you’re my Uber”.