26-year-old Ryan Creamer, of Pennsylvania, was kicked out of Second Fiddle at 420 Broadway has police encountered him on the sidewalk. He was heavily intoxicated and had been causing a disturbance inside the venue. As police attempted to assist him, they noticed he was carrying a handgun in his waistband while intoxicated. He was taken into custody and transported to booking.
28-year-old Georgia tourist Jeremy Thomas Evans was being drunk and disorderly at Tootsie’s Bar in downtown Nashville when he came to the attention of the venue security staff. As they interacted with him they realized he was carrying a handgun, and they took his weapon from him and called police. Officers arrived and transported Evans to booking, charging him with possession of a handgun while under the influence.
Police responded to a gas station on Old Harding Pike on March 29th and met with 32-year-old Shanniece Kodjo, who called them to the locations. The reason for her call wasn’t immediately apparent in court records, however, police say when they arrived she admitted she had consumed at least two alcoholic drinks and had a slight odor of alcohol about her. She also stated she owned a handgun, and it was with her in the vehicle. She gave consent for officers to retrieve it, at which point she was arrested and charged with possession of a handgun while under the influence.
Police found 20-year-old Bryan Bosworth-Smith passed out in the driver’s seat of his vehicle at a McDonald’s drive-thru with a pistol in his right hand and his car in drive on Saturday. Officers attempted to immobilize the vehicle using their patrol cars and used a loudspeaker, lights, sirens, for over 25 minutes while knocking on his window until he finally woke up in a state of shock and panic – taking his foot off the brake and continuing to hold his weapon. Once they broke out the glass of his rear window he dropped the weapon and complied. He stated he had smoked marijuana which he had bought via a phone app prior to driving.
26-year-old Shabazz Mallison is jailed in lieu of a $72,000 bond after police had two interactions with him Wednesday. Officers first encountered him at a South Nashville 7-Eleven when he threatened to fight and kill the clerk. He was released from the scene after the clerk chose to not press charges.
One hour later, police were called to his home where they encountered him armed with a handgun on the front porch, yelling for cops to “shoot me! shoot me!” while waving the gun around. He had threatened a roommate, Shameka Watson, and another woman with a gun while pointing the laser sight at them. During the argument he reportedly also threw a Yankee candle at her, leaving wax on her face, and she used a chicken pan on him in self-defense.
Mallison is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, reckless endangerment/assault, and possession of a handgun under the influence.
21-year-old Jacob Baker is charged with possession of a weapon while under the influence. Police were responding to a separate incident at Luke Bryan’s 32 Bridge Bar at 301 Broadway Sunday night when they observed Baker laying down inside the doorway to the bar with a handgun clearly visible sticking out from his waistband.
Officers asked if he was OK, and Baker replied “No, I’m drunk!”. Police took him into custody and he was transported to booking. He is now free on pre-trial release.
32-year-old Travel Nurse Megan Elizabeth Thaggard is jailed in lieu of a $7,500 bond after police found her crashed into a crosswalk pole in downtown Nashville. When they attempted to provide her with medical assistance she refused, declaring “I don’t need care, because I’m a traveling RN!” She would eventually blow a 0.151 % BAC on a breathalyzer after admitting to drinking prior to driving. She also had a 9mm Kimber loaded with hollow-point bullets in the car within her reach. She actively resisted arrest for several minutes until police were eventually able to get her into custody. She was transported a few hundred feet to booking and charged with DUI, handgun under the influence, resisting arrest, and no insurance.
Nashville attorney Richard Dumas was found asleep in his car on Nolensville road this weekend, sitting crossways with traffic. When even woke up, he drove the car down a steep ditch, despite a citizen attempting to help him. He reportedly reeked of alcohol and had vomited on himself. Also, he was carrying a loaded Polish P-64 Makarov handgun in the vehicle.
Metro Police found Deandre Conway, 20, asleep in the driver’s seat of a vehicle parked taking up two spaces and under the influence of marijuana, at the Mapco on Gallatin Pike in #EastNashville. On his passenger seat was a handgun hidden under a jacket and ski mask.
Hendersonville Police Officer arrested on DUI & Handgun charges in Nashville after having 5 Jameson & Red Bull drinks.