Jonah Terry sprays bystanders with fire extinguisher at WeGo Central Bus Station

27-year-old Jonah Terry caused a disturbance at Bay 15 of the WeGo Central Bus Station late on June 17th. When officers arrived, they were advised that Terry had gotten angry after the WeGo staff told him he could not ride the bus. Then, Terry grabbed a fire extinguisher and sprayed it all over, preventing nearby bystanders from continuing their activities. Terry was then taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

Deonte Morris refuses to pick up slices of bread after littering in front of police

34-year-old Deonte Montez Morris caused a disturbance near Nashville Downtown Partnership on the afternoon of May 14th. Officers were flagged down by an unidentified male regarding Morris yelling and getting in his face. Officers observed him approaching aggressively and trying to start a fight, so they told him to leave multiple times, but he refused. Then, Morris started screaming at them before appearing as if he was leaving and returning, where he reapproached officers and threw a loaf of bread onto the ground. The bag broke open, and the bread flew all over the sidewalk. Officers told Morris to pick up the slices, but he disregarded their commands and was taken into custody for littering and disorderly conduct.

Peter Taylor charged with possessing a crack rock & push rod outside Nashville Rescue Mission

55-year-old Peter Taylor faces drug possession and paraphernalia charges after he spoke with Metro Nashville Police Officers at the Nashville Rescue mission in December. During their conversation about an unrelated charge, Taylor reached into his pocket and pulled out his phone. Officers say they observed a ‘push rod’ in his pocket and, during a search, also retrieved a crack rock. He was cited for drug possession and drug paraphernalia. He was booked on that citation this week.

Jarrod Allender was “crying hysterically” after 12+ liquor shots & 3 crashes in downtown Nashville

Metro Nashville Police say 27-year-old Jarrod Allender was “crying hysterically” when they located him inside his Jeep Cherokee in the Music City Center parking garage in downtown Nashville. Allender had just crashed into at least three vehicles in an attempt to exit the garage. When asked how much alcohol he had consumed, Allender stated, “12-13 shots.” He would only suck on the breathalyzer nozzle instead of blowing into it, so that test could not be completed, and a blood draw was conducted at Metro General prior to being booked.