23-year-old Christopher Tucker was booked on a citation this week, charging him with the assault of a bouncer at Luke Bryan’s Bar in downtown Nashville on April 21. Employees of the venue flagged down a Metro Nashville Police Officer when Tucker refused to leave the bar after he was being disorderly. He was threatening to fight both security and other patrons and had to be restrained. He reportedly spat on one of the employees, Jordyn Lockett, during the altercation.
Police say 24-year-old Charles Young of Oklahoma was either asleep or unconscious when they located him crashed out in a woodline along I-65 N at mile marker 75 in the early hours of Sunday morning. He reportedly reeked of alcohol as they assisted him from the driver’s seat of the white SUV. When asked where he was going, he stated, “to Franklin.” When asked where he was coming from, he stated, “8000 Mabel”, which is a street in Franklin. When asked if he had any alcohol to drink, he stated, “8000 Mabel.” When asked how many drinks he had tonight, he finally requested a lawyer, which was also his response when asked to conduct field sobriety tests and take a breathalyzer or blood test.
21-year-old Nicole Marpaung was reportedly instructed by security staff at Brooklyn Bown Nashville to leave four times on November 26th. Marpaung eventually left the venue but returned a short time later and aggressively approached the bouncer and “got in his face,” according to an arrest report. She then retrieved a small bottle and repeatedly struck him in the chest until he was able to get on top of her and take her to the ground to stop the attack. Shen then bit his arm. Officers observed security video, which confirmed the incident, and issued Nicole Marpaung a citation, charging her with assault. She was booked on that citation this week. #ShesABiter
After a night of drinking in downtown Nashville on Christmas Eve, 22-year-old Chase Austin Cummins approached a Metro Nashville Police Officer at 3rd & Broadway and asked for a ride home. When officers learned he lived in Franklin, they advised they could not accommodate him since he lived outside of the county. He didn’t have enough money for a taxi and wasn’t able to locate a friend to assist. Left with no other options, he was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
55-year-old Michele Stockholm was charged with a DUI and an open container violation early Saturday morning. According to police, Michele drove her vehicle off the road at Donelson Pike and Citation Dr. When officers arrived at the scene, they found an open alcoholic container in the floorboard of her vehicle, and Michele was displaying clear signs of intoxication. Officers initiated field sobriety tests but were unable to complete them due to her level of intoxication. She was subsequently taken into custody and transported to General Hospital for a consented blood draw before being booked into jail.
35-year-old Andres Gamboa of Franklin, TN, is charged with disorderly conduct after he was involved in a fight at Luke Bryan’s Bar in downtown Nashville early Sunday morning. Metro Nashville Police Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative approached Gamboa to de-escalate the situation when Gamboa refused to let go of the other patron and continued to be aggressive. Gamboa was taken into custody and transported to booking. He is free on pre-trial release.
Police met with Kasey Brill late Saturday night in downtown Nashville as she was crying and holding the left side of her face. She told officers a man, identified as 56-year-old James Davis of Franklin, TN, had been following her friend group around the bars and kept staring at her as she was in line to buy hot dogs. That was when she confronted Davis and asked, “is everything alright, or is there a problem?” Davis reportedly replied, “what the fuck?” and as she turned to walk away, Davis punched her in her left eye, knocking her to the ground. Brill’s father assisted in detaining Davis and reportedly punched him in the face during the incident involving his daughter.
52-year-old Jonathan Adam Meyers caught the attention of Metro Nashville Police Officers in the early morning hours of Saturday morning while attending the Pearl Jam concert at Bridgestone Area in downtown Nashville on Broadway. He had trouble standing on his own and reeked of alcohol. He did not have a safe way home, according to police, and he refused to cooperate with them finding him a ride or someone to collect him. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
50-year-old Lisa Nicole Miethe was parked outside of Taqueria del Sol on 12th Ave. South late Thursday night when officers responded to a welfare check at the location. Responding officers found Miethe in the driver’s seat of a 2013 Mazda with the vehicle running. She reeked of alcohol and admitted to having 3 margaritas prior to getting in the vehicle. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody. She would later blow a 0.082% BAC on a breathalyzer.
Metro Nashville Police responded to a call at the Lucky Bastard Saloon on Sunday about a man using cocaine in front of the bar. They arrived within moments to find 25-year-old Tristin Jackson, who fled inside when officers approached him and made contact. After a chase and struggle inside the venue, officers placed him into custody and seized a dollar bill with a small amount of what appeared to be cocaine remaining inside. He was charged with drug possession, resisting arrest, and evading arrest. The response time for this personal drug use call was near immediate. Jackson is a resident of Franklin.