Goodlettsville Police say they responded to a fight in progress at a gas station and located 21-year-old Dayvion Holloway as one of the involved parties. While speaking with Holloway, they observed him to be “highly intoxicated.” He refused to cooperate with officers and became aggressive. Holloway was then taken into custody for public intoxication, and a search incident to arrest resulted in him also being charged with the 21.8 grams of marijuana found in his left front pocket.
71-year-old Earl James Stocker of Florida was found unresponsive behind the wheel of his vehicle at the Baymont Inn in Goodlettsville around lunch Saturday. First responders arrived to check on his welfare and located .5 grams of heroin and a glass pipe with white residue on his person. Stocker stated he used heroin, and it was possibly laced with Fentanyl.
19-year-old Michael Green was stopped by Goodlettsville Police on Rivergate Parkway, and during the encounter police say they developed probable cause to search the vehicle. Inside the vehicle, Officer William Campbell says he found drug paraphernalia and 14 grams of marijuana, for which he charged Green.
Police say they were directing traffic due to a crash with two lanes of the roadway blocked and patrol cars staged with full blue lights on to get the attention of any oncoming traffic. 24-year-old Amber Quarles reportedly drove around officers, ignoring their orders to stop, and nearly struck a GOPD Sergeant. She is charged with “failure to obey a lawful order.”
Police say 18-year-old Jahya Maxwell came to the 7-Eleven on Long Hollow Pike, where she is no longer employed, and attempted to get into the cash register. She pushed two current employees, Reade Herskovitz and Shellie Vickers, and assaulted him. When she was unable to get into the cash register, she threw a cup of water at Herskovitz and knocked over a chip rack. In a final act of frustration, Maxwell emptied the donuts from the donut case and threw them around the store.
30-year-old Brittany Nicole Cline was stopped by Belle Meade Police just after 1 a.m. Friday due to an expired tag on her vehicle. As Officer Haley Doty spoke with Cline during the traffic stop, she could smell alcohol coming from Cline’s breath and noticed a Modelo tallboy in the center cup holder and 4 empty White Claw cans along with a variety pack of unopened cans. Cline performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was unable to provide a proper sample for a breathalyzer, despite three attempts. She was charged with DUI and transported to booking.
31-year-old Kyzer B Drury was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail this week on an outstanding citation from July charging him with possession of a prohibited weapon. Goodlettsville Police encountered him at a convenience store on July 10th and during a search found brass knuckles. He is free on a $100 bond.
18-year-old Asyia Lewis & 21-year-old Kameisha Patterson were jailed this week after Goodlettsville Police responded to a ‘disorderly subject’ call on Green Circle on July 7th to find a large group of people inside a home yelling at Kameisha Patterson to leave the property. While officers were at the home, they observed Patterson’s girlfriend, Asyia Lewis, slap her in the face — she says she just found out that Patterson had cheated on her. They also observed Patterson slamming an iPhone onto the ground and throwing a trophy across the room. Patterson was restrained and taken out of the apartment, but pulled away and attempted to flee as she was being cuffed. Patterson is also accused of striking Asyia’s mother, Lumeka, in the face. During the investigation, Patterson claimed she needed to use the restroom and when a female officer was escorting her to the restroom she sprinted away from custody for a short period of time before being captured again.
28-year-old Benjamin Dorsey told police he had one beer and one shot prior to leaving work, and stopped at another bar on his way home for another beer, before being pulled over in Goodlettsville for traveling 60 mph in a 40 mph zone. Officers say he reeked of alcohol and had a hard time following simple instructions, such as producing his registration documents. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was charged with DUI.
Police say a security camera caught 27-year-old Myron ‘Tank’ Perry entering the locked bedroom door of his ex-girlfriend (who is also his current roommate with separate bedrooms), and leaving with something in his hands. He returns again, enters the room, and exits with a flat item this time. The victim, Kayla Currie, was notified of the activity via an app on her phone. She returned home to find $700 in cash and an Amazon Fire Tablet missing from her bedroom. Perry is charged with felony burglary, and told police he never entered the bedroom, despite him clearly doing so on the recording, which was archived for court.