Two weeks before his trial date for a DUI charge, 22-year-old Gevar Hasan Mesiha has been arrested and charged with public intoxication after police observed him making masturbation motions toward people in oncoming vehicles
30-year-old Richard Garton had a Glock 19 holstered on his hip and a Glock 26 in his front pocket, each with one round in the chamber, as he admitted to drinking a half-bottle of vodka when police found him crashed on Harding Pike near West End. He told police: “F-ck this, I’m drunk”.
..Officer Roark then conducted field sobriety tests, during which he asked Andrews to say his ABC’s from C to R. Andrews simply replied “A, B, C.” and stopped. An arrest report states Andrews failed multiple other field sobriety tests and agreed to take a breathalyzer test. His first result was a 0.18, the second result was a 0.20, and for the third test, he spit into the tube.
Andrew ‘A.J.’ Stribling took out a fence, plowed through a yard, and went into a tree. Field sobriety tests had to be stopped for his own safety. He was then adamant about taking a breath test, as he was ‘not intoxicated’. Metro obliged, he blew a 0.174 BAC.
25-year-old Country Music Artist Cagney Frizzell was charged with his 2nd DUI on September 10th, after a THP Trooper noticed he couldn’t keep it between the lines and clocked him going 90 in a 70 mph zone in Wilson County.
32-year-old Patrick Grimes was charged with DUI Monday night after he was found overdosed in a vehicle in the middle of two lanes of traffic. Nashville Fire used Narcan to reverse the effects of the drugs.
Officer Hector Miguel Barragan, of the Nashville Sheriff’s Department, was found ‘asleep’ in North Nashville, blocking a driveway with this car, his door wide open, and his department issued handgun on the floor board, while heavily intoxicated, per MNPD.
Ever wondered if a criminal defense attorney agrees to field sobriety tests when they’d charged with D.U.I., or if they answer questions when asked ? Metro police arrested Davis Griffin Tuesday morning, and he told them he was “going to be Mayor of this city”.
30-year-old Mattie Lynn Breaux told Metro Police she had taken unprescribed hydrocodone and drank two beers before crashing her Honda Accord on I-24 at 2:17 a.m Monday morning. She is free on a $2,500 bond, charged with DUI.
24-year-old Kaitlyn Harville was charged with DUI just after 3 a.m. Thursday morning. She first told officers she had ‘not that much’ to drink, then changed her answer to ‘nothing’ to drink. She blew a .184 on the breathalyzer, over twice the legal limit in Tennessee.