51-year-old Thomas Courtney, of Mt. Juliet’s Courtney’s Restaurant & Catering, told officers he thought he was “in his bed” when they found him asleep behind the wheel of a running car late Thursday night, heavily intoxicated
57-year-old Vicki Walbridge was charged with driving under the influence and implied consent after she crashed her Rav4 into a curb and told officers she was heading home from Rebar.
30-year-old Shepard Watson was charged with a DUI and implied consent after police asked if he believed he was intoxicated and unable to safely operate a vehicle and he stated, “I mean, scientifically I’d say yes.”
28-year-old Tyler Eskridge was charged with drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license, and implied consent after striking two vehicles while driving the wrong direction down Nolensville Pike.
24-year-old Devin Wilson was charged with DUI and possession of a handgun while under the influence after an officer noticed him drive on the sidewalk and swerve into the bicycle lane on Nolensville Pike.
27-year-old Zackery Abriola was charged with implied consent, boating under the influence, and negligent operation of a boat after allowing a passenger to ride on the top of a double-decker pontoon boat and admitting to drinking while boating on the lake.
64-year-old Craig Kitch was charged with driving under the influence after having his vehicle become stuck in a Bellevue homeowner’s driveway. Kitch would later confess to consuming two vodka and tonic drinks before operating his vehicle.
33-year-old Jose Bautista was charged with driving without a license, driving under the influence and implied consent after allegedly being unable to stay in his lane of travel, halting his vehicle on Una Antioch Pike, then driving into the oncoming lane of traffic.
34-year-old Daniel Key was charged with possession of meth, DUI 1st, and implied consent after police answered a medical call for a passenger not breathing in the back of a pickup truck and ended up finding multiple containers of meth in plain sight on May 27, 2020.
23-year-old Olivia Wolff was charged with implied consent and boating under the influence after drinking “a few” and operating a personal watercraft beyond the designated curfew.