DUI: Woman “exhausted from work” took cocaine “that might have been meth” & “a lot of weed”

27-year-old Megan Hoover is charged with DUI after she crashed at I-24 & Haywood Lane Sunday. She told officers she was exhausted from work, and had smoked “a lot of weed”, taken suboxone earlier that morning, and had done what she initially believed to be cocaine, but now believes it was methamphetamine. Before falling asleep during transport she was talking to someone who wasn’t there.

DUI: Narcan saves life of man found slumped over wheel after crash — amphetamines, heroin, suboxone & more

22-year-old Gavin Reese Bain was revived by the use of 3 doses of Narcan after he was found slumped over the wheel of his vehicle after a crash with a hypodermic in the floorboard beneath him and a marijuana pipe in the glove compartment. He admitted to having used marijuana, amphetamines, heroin, suboxone, and Zyprexa recently.

Manager from Jason Aldean’s Bar, Clinton Waschow, charged with DUI in Nashville after drinking at bar

28-year-old Clinton Waschow, Operations Manager for Jason Aldean’s Bar in downtown Nashville, told police he had “two drinks” at Aldean’s before they found him drunkenly driving past officers who were blocking a bridge for roadwork. Officers noted: “his pants were unzipped at the time of this arrest”.

Three teens claim “a guy in the parking lot” gave them cocaine. Also: Fake IDs, a cow’s head, weed, and Tin Roof owner’s son.

Jack Sheer (19), Cade Kark (18), and Andrew Chung (18), were all jailed Wednesday after a traffic stop led Belle Meade Police to discover multiple fake IDs, a cow’s head with liquor bottles and a bong inside, rolled up dollar bills, and baggies and baggies of cocaine. The boys claimed “some guy gave them the cocaine in the parking lot”. One of the teens is the son of Jason Sheer, owner of the Tin Roof Nashville.

20-year-old admits to drinking before sideswiping car. Police: We didn’t see him driving, no DUI.

Police say 20-year-old Randall Shores admitted to drinking alcohol before sideswiping another vehicle in a downtown Nashville parking garage late Saturday night and determined he was heavily intoxicated. However, by the time Officer Zachary Maxa arrived, he says Shores was outside the vehicle with his keys in the pocket of his shorts, so he couldn’t charge him with DUI – instead, he charged him with public intoxication, which was automatically dismissed.

DUI: Drunk driver calls police on himself for help with flat tire – Nathaniel Miller arrested

27-year-old Nathaniel Miller had a flat tire on I-24 at exit 49 downtown. He surveyed the situation and called Metro Nashville Police for assistance. Once they arrived, he admitted he had been drinking, and it took several officers to physically pull him into the car as he refused to be taken into custody.

DUI: 61-year-old celebrates casino trip with booze & weed – Lisa Jones #Arrested

61-year-old Lisa Jones told officers she was celebrating her trip to the casino, as she was being arrested for #DUI at 4 in the afternoon on a Monday. Police found a jar with marijuana joints in the open center console, and she admitted to smoking and drinking prior to driving.

DUI: 21-year-old blows 3 times the legal BAC limit – Jacob Goin

21-year-old Jacob Goin was charged with DUI Friday after police say drove off the shoulder of I-65 South only to hit a guardrail and cross back across the interstate to then hit the center wall before coming to rest in the left lanes of traffic. He told police had drunk “on and off” and blew a 0.242 BAC on the breathalyzer test.

DUI: Woman charged after causing a 6-car pileup on I-40 overnight: Erika Bracht

Metro Police have charged 26-year-old Erika Bracht with driving under the influence, after they say she was responsible for a six-car pileup that shut down I-40 Westbound near mile marker 196 in the early hours of Wednesday morning, sending two people to the hospital.

DUI: Man crashes car, hops in the passenger seat before police arrive – but a TDOT camera caught him

21-year-old Joseph McCombs drunkenly crashed his car on I-65 South Saturday morning. After the impact, a TDOT camera caught him moving from the driver’s seat and into the passenger side of the vehicle. He initially denied being the driver, however, that didn’t last long when confronted with the evidence.