24-year-old Marissa Katelyn Louk physically interfered with officers while they were placing her boyfriend in custody outside of Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk on Broadway early March 3rd. Officers repeatedly warned her not to interfere, but she ignored them. Then, when Louk attempted to intervene again, officers detained her. Officers noticed she had numerous indicators of intoxication and placed her into custody for public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
24-year-old Michigan Tourist Jarred James Parker dove onto a patrol car near Broadway and 3rd Avenue South around 3 a.m. on March 3rd. Officers observed this and then located Parker shortly after, who showed numerous signs of impairment and reeked of alcohol. Officers detained Parker, and once he was in the back of the patrol car, he kicked the passenger side window repeatedly, causing damage. Parker was taken into custody for vandalizing government property, public intoxication, and disorderly conduct.
34-year-old William John Sanders drew graffiti with a black Sharpie onto a city-operated light box on the corner of 3rd Avenue North and Broadway late February 4th. Officers observed this and approached Sanders, who made eye contact with them but continued to draw until he was told to stop. Sanders was taken into custody for vandalizing government property.
37-year-old Hampshire, England, tourist Charlotte Standen was part of a Broadway brawl late Friday night, which included her partner. As she attempted to remove her partner from the fight, officers arrived and attempted to separate everyone and remove Standen from the brawl. Her partner then began to walk away, and when officers told him to stop, she got between him and officers in an attempt to prevent him from being detained. She was advised to step aside and not interfere, but she refused and would not place her hands behind her back. She was eventually taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
21-year-old Ronald Knott was observed in the area of the Walk of Fame Park just outside the Phish concert in downtown Nashville this weekend. Officers described a sea of fifty to one hundred people who were all partaking in inhaling nitrous oxide via inflated balloons. Officers noted some were talkative; some were talking about how high they were; some were quiet, while others vomited. Knott admitted to selling balloons for $10 apiece and, during a search, was in possession of 20.5g of mushrooms containing psilocybin separated by three baggies. Knott was taken into custody.
35-year-old Rhonda Cain of South Carolina was seen near the Walk of Fame Park near the Phish concert in downtown Nashville. Officers described a sea of fifty to a hundred people all filling and inhaling inflated balloons filled with nitrous oxide. Officers noticed that some were talking about how high they were, others were quiet, and some were even actively vomiting.
Cain was noticed by officers allegedly filling balloons for people out of the back of a black wagon before handing them off to multiple individuals. Upon noticing officers, Cain reportedly dropped a balloon and removed her hand from the nitrous oxide canister. Although she attempted to distance herself from the canister, officers brought Cain in on the charge of distributing toxic vapors.
20-year-old Joseph Tannous was with a friend at the Barstool Sports bar in downtown Nashville early Sunday morning when he attempted to use a fake ID to gain entry to the venue. Security took the fake ID from Tannous and would not return it. Tannous then contacted the police in an attempt to retrieve his ID card. Officers reported the person on the ID was obviously not Tannous, and he was unable to provide any matching information. Tannous moved toward Officer Casey Lopez and attempted to snatch the fake ID from him, assaulting the officer in the process.
41-year-old Texas tourist Kevin Kelley puffed his chest out at his police when they told his wife to stay out of the argument that Kevin started with the police; he was then jailed for disorderly conduct. MNPD officers were called to Ole Red Bar by their security about Kevin being disorderly. When they arrived, they found Kevin at the business door with his wife and spoke to him. He argued that there was no justification for him to be thrown out of the business, so police attempted to explain to him what trespassing was. Kevin’s wife kept intervening while the police were speaking to Kevin, so she was instructed to stop. At this time, police noted, Kevin began to puff his chest out, approach an officer, and start a physical altercation. He was then placed into custody for disorderly conduct.
25-year-old William Hunt was the front seat passenger in a vehicle that was pulled over for suspicion of DUI just before 1:30 a.m. Sunday near Broadway in downtown Nashville. Hunt admitted to possession of a firearm, which was in the glove box in front of him. Officers noted a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle, and Hunt admitted to being under the influence of alcohol.
23-year-old Jevon Chrystak was involved in a fight in front of Miranda Lambert’s Casa Rosa on Broadway in downtown Nashville Sunday. Metro Nashville Police officers attempted to break up the fight when Chrystak pushed one of the officers in the chest. He also refused another officer’s commands to place his hands behind his back and pulled away from officers as they took him into custody.