When Metro Police responded to a traffic crash in downtown Nashville, they found 41-year-old Michael Killen driving his red Saturn, which he had driven into the rear of another vehicle. Sgt. Amabile says he could smell alcohol coming from Killen, and observed obvious signs of impairment. Killen stated he drank alcohol, however, it was 24-hours prior to driving. He refused field sobriety tests and was taken into custody, charged with DUI, and given pre-trial release.
33-year-old Brook Hildreth was charged with driving under the influence after stumbling, swaying, and failing sobriety testing during a motor vehicle accident investigation on I-24 West.
26-year-old Fernando Juarez was charged with DUI with a child in the vehicle when he was found slumped over in his van at an intersection with open Bud Light cans visible in the vehicle.
61-year-old Leon Stinson was charged with DUI and driving on a revoked license when police found him passed out behind the wheel at a railroad crossing with his foot on the brake and a 40 ounce in the back seat.
36-year-old Daniel Blake-Conely was charged with a DUI when he swayed in a circular motion while standing after an officer observed him halfway on the shoulder of I-24, in reverse, with a two-year-old in the vehicle.
27-year-old Zackery Abriola was charged with implied consent, boating under the influence, and negligent operation of a boat after allowing a passenger to ride on the top of a double-decker pontoon boat and admitting to drinking while boating on the lake.
23-year-old Olivia Wolff was charged with implied consent and boating under the influence after drinking “a few” and operating a personal watercraft beyond the designated curfew.
..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.
21-year-old Stephen Lavoie was asked to perform a ‘9-step walk-and-turn’ during field sobriety tests Wednesday, but despite multiple instructions to actually walk, he remained in the same spot, balancing as if he were on a surf board, according to Metro police. Metro Nashville Police observed Stephen Lavoie driving a tan Toyota Sienna minivan at 2nd and Commerce in the early morning hours of May 15th. Lavoie was driving the wrong way on a one-way street, and struck the curb several times once lights and sirens were activated for him to…
Do the Dan. It’s the thing to do. Don’t drink and drive. We invite you to do ‘Do like Dan’ this holiday season – especially with New Years Eve coming up, and East Nashville being a festive place full of liquor waterfalls – if you go chasing them, we invite you to ‘Do like Dan’ and don’t drink and drive – at least not this time. You see, East Nashvillian Dan Poole is charged with Drinking and Driving Under the Influence back in September, among other things including seat belt…