Nashville courts can’t seem to stop Brian ‘Houston’ Clinch from assaulting women: A 3rd victim comes forward

23-year-old Brian “Houston” Clinch II was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Friday, yet again charged with the assault of a female in his life. Despite multiple arrests and convictions, he’s only been sentenced to probation, classes, and then a judge moved his probation to unsupervised. A 3rd victim has now come forward. Court records detail him slamming women to the ground, choking them, promising to do it again, and following through on that promise. He burned another with a cigarette as punishment, pushed one down the stairs, threw another around a parking garage, and even broke a child’s car seat to prevent the mother of his child from leaving with the baby. Oh, and when he was served with the latest order of protection, he sent that ex-girlfriend the “I apologize for nothing” meme, violating the order.

Nashville’s drunkest tourist? Maryland man crawls down aisle of airplane… and into handcuffs; “drunk as shit”, he says

Nashville Airport Police eventually took 29-year-old Maryland Mortgage Broker Kyle Nicholas Jessee into custody Thursday after he began his Nashville adventure crawling down the aisle of a jet as it was taxiing to the gate, then trying to force his way off the aircraft. He was given multiple chances to continue without adding jail to his itinerary, however, he stayed true his name, and cemented his spot in history as Nashville’s newest Kyle, who told officers he was “drunk as shit” because his flight had been delayed for hours.

BUI: Man says he last smoked weed back when the ‘sun was still up’… it was currently 6PM & sunny

At 6 p.m. Saturday on Percy Priest Lake, TWRA Officer Joshua Landrum asked 24-year-old Jet Skier Orrie Reed Whitton when he last smoked marijuana. Landrum replied: “when the sun was still up”. The agent reminded him the sun had been up for the last 12 hours, and wouldn’t set for another 2. Landrum was jailed on 5 charges this weekend, and he reportedly told the officer he “doesn’t care what happens to him”.

Sports Radio Personality Colin Castleberry charged with DUI in Belle Meade

Local sports radio personality Colin Castleberry was charged with DUI early Sunday morning after Belle Meade Police say he was speeding at 56 mph in a 40 mph zone and performed poorly on field sobriety tests after the traffic stop.

East Nashville woman free on Pre-Trial Release after bringing cocaine into jail during DUI arrest

36-year-old Maya Maslov was pulled over in #EastNashville on May 15th after running a red light. Police say she was intoxicated and admitted to drinking before driving. She denied having any drugs on her, however, jail personnel located two bags of cocaine and snort straws in her purse and pants. She is free on pre-trial release, charged with one misdemeanor, and one felony.

Drunken tourist tells MNPD ‘just take me to jail’; they oblige

21-year-old Alahna Leonardo was taking a mini-vacation to the Opryland Hotel this weekend, when police say she got so intoxicated she was unsteady and slurring her speech. She called Metro Police to report a stolen wallet but decided to just walk around the hotel when they arrived and then told them ‘Just take me to jail!’ They did.

Man passed out behind wheel drunk while attempting to pay for parking, police say

Metro Police say 45-year-old Neyder McDonald was found passed out in the driver’s seat of his vehicle at the pay station just before the security barrier of a downtown parking garage just before 1 a.m. Friday. The vehicle was still in drive, and it appears he had pulled up to pay and passed out from intoxication, per an arrest report.

Woman calls 911, claims she was kidnapped, after being kicked out of Alley Pub

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…