45-year-old Cawana Miller is charged with assaulting her mother at a Nashville Greyhound bus station. The victim, Rhonda Miller, explained her daughter became upset when the Greyhound staff refused to issue her a refund for an unused ticket, and when she attempted to help explain why and calm her down, Cawana slapped her mother in the face. As police were investigating the situation, Cawana had to be restrained as she continued to fight with her mother, including grabbing and removing the hat she was wearing.
26-year-old Isaiah Johnson was charged with indecent exposure and aggravated assault when he exposed himself in front of several witnesses and tried to force the victim to perform oral sex and strangled her when she refused.
37-year-old Dymitrick McDonald was charged with disorderly conduct after he was kicked off a Greyhound bus and then blocked traffic by dancing in the middle of a busy street.
Mark Stevens didn’t have any cocaine, but Metro Nashville Police charged him with a felony when an undercover detective approached him downtown and asked if he had “any powder?”, and Stevens said “no” but told the undercover where he could find some on another street.