Musician Brian Elliot Hyken charged with DUI after colliding with a fire hydrant in East Nashville

31-year-old Brian Elliot Hyken, who performs under the name “Brian Elliot” says he had “3 gin & tonics” at the Pearl Diver in East Nashville before he ran over a curb to collide with shrubbery and a fire hydrant in the early hours of August 31st. He refused a breathalyzer and was charged with DUI. He is free on pre-trial release.

Nashville Rapper Mannie B. confronts ex-girlfriend with gun, upset she’s with a new man

Nashville Police say 31-year-old Nashville recording artist and producer ‘Mannie B.’ (Emanuel Blackwell) used a stolen handgun to bang on the patio door of his ex-girlfriend’s apartment while she was inside watching a movie with her current boyfriend. An arrest warrants details he confronted her, saying “you got another dude in here, don’t act like I won’t do to you what I have done to you in the past!”

DUI: Man drives his smart car through Music City Grand Prix construction, nearly striking patrol car

29-year-old David Dreas drove his blue smart car into the Music City Grand Prix track construction area early Wednesday in East Nashville. Police say he was intoxicated, and nearly hit one of their vehicles after ignoring all signs to stop.

The 5 Spot: Patron found wearing only underwear and one shoe in East Nashville at 5 AM Tuesday

Metro Police say they found 24-year-old Patrick Chabot in East Nashville just before 5 a.m. wearing only his underwear and a single shoe as he attempted to pull on the door handle of a silver SUV in East Nashville. His clothing was found in a pile, nearby.

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”.

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.

‘Honcho Savage’ charged in domestic assault case after refusing to bathe baby

Nashville’s 21-year-old Honcho Savage, better known as Howard Gordon, is charged with domestic assault after his girlfriend says she repeatedly asked him to bathe their baby, and when she did it herself, he allegedly punched a hole through the door, kicked it open, and punched her.

Mom & Auntie charged in assault of 15-year-old: punching in face, dragging by hair, beating with belt

A 15-year-old child says her mother, Shaton Eubanks, and her ‘auntie’, Shawntese Bradford’ punched her in the face, knocking her to the ground. One of the pair is then alleged to have beat her with a belt, and drug her outside by the hair – where the other adult then repeatedly punched her in the face and also assaulted her with a belt. The victim sustained multiple injuries from the attack.

Out East Comedy Club: Where a man caught with his pants down at a park mentors kids

In the first of our monthly “drop-ins”, where Scoop: Nashville will celebrate Black-owned businesses or events in Nashville, we attended a comedic roast of Scoop: Nashville founder, Jason Steen. The roast, presented by Comedian Herman Black, who goes by ‘Da Herm’ at his ‘Out East Comedy Club’ was an experience that left many wondering if he understood what a ‘roast’ was intended to be? Thankfully, his opening act saved the day, with an amazing set by Comedian Leroy. Throughout the hour+ performance, Da Herm deflected attention away from his attempts at humor by choosing to wear some of the world’s most defining sweat pants that left little to the imagination during #SweatPantsSeason, so the audience had at least one of their senses stimulated during the performance. Though he roasted Steen about his recent run-in with the law, ‘Da Herm’ failed to mention his history of getting caught with his pants down at a local park, or his own burglary and theft charges, or how the police once tricked him into selling the things he stole back to them in a sting.