42-year-old Louisville accountant Jonathon Eade was jailed Friday night in Nashville after disrupting a show at the Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville. Eade and his wife, Ashley Gillenwater Eade, were reportedly yelling and cursing at each other, causing a major disruption for other patrons. Security staff directed them to a nearby stairwell and explained they must leave the venue. This elevated the argument, and Jonathon refused to leave. Eade, who is a partner at Jones, Nale & Mattingly, was then detained by Ryman security and held for Metro Nashville Police, who charged him with criminal trespassing.
23-year-old Austin McIntosh suddenly jumped in front of Metro Nashville Police officers who were walking to a medic UTV in downtown Nashville in the early hours of Saturday morning. He began to yell and scream and was visibly intoxicated. Attempts to get him medical assistance or locate his friends or hotel were all unsuccessful. He continued to be disorderly in the roadway and was taken into custody.
52-year-old Stephanie Sage was part of a large brawl at the Whiskey Bent Saloon on Broadway in downtown Nashville early Saturday morning. As police arrived to break up the fight, security identified her as one of the brawlers. Sage says she was fighting because her daughter was assaulted inside the bar. Due to her extreme level of intoxication, Sage was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
43-year-old Whitney Ann Busse is charged with the domestic assault of her boyfriend, Ryan Langwald, during their trip to Nashville this week. Metro Nashville Police responded to the Drury Inn in downtown Nashville to find Ryan injured, and he explained the couple was in a verbal argument which escalated when he attempted to leave the location to de-escalate the situation. He says as he attempted to leave, Whitney blocked the door and pushed him into the deadbolt, causing a cut on his arm when he attempted to reach around her to open the door. Whitney says he was just trying to leave to go party, and she didn’t want him to miss his work meeting the next morning.
Metro Nashville Police working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville encountered 24-year-old Landon Myers of Rome City, Indiana, who had been in a fight with another patron at Legends Corner. When officers arrived, Myers was on the floor of the venue and had dropped his wallet, which had his ID visible from the outside front sleeve. In it, officers also observed a baggie that is believed to be cocaine. After being evaluated, Myers refused any further medical treatment and left the EMS vehicle. He showed signs of being extremely intoxicated and was taken into custody for public intoxication and drug possession.
Metro Nashville Police Officer Jaren Breece responded to a fight call at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row on Broadway in downtown Nashville to find 44-year-old Rhiannon Martinez ending her fight with another patron, and he advised her to leave the property. She cursed toward the other involved party and began to leave but turned back around and continued to instigate the fight further. She was extremely intoxicated and unable to care for herself, so she was arrested for public intoxication and disorderly conduct. As she was being placed into custody, 51-year-old Ralph Martinez began to interfere with her arrest and was advised to stop. As he continued to interfere after being given chances to walk away, he was also placed into custody and charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative late Friday night found 27-year-old Michael Terry being disorderly at Johnny Cash’s Bar in downtown Nashville. Staff told police he was attempting to start fights with other patrons and was heavily intoxicated. Officed transported him to booking and charged him with disorderly conduct and public intoxication.
TSU Campus Police Officer Ajee Smith responded to Rudolph Hall late Saturday night in response to a disorderly student. Student Jaylah Croft was in a physical fight with Security Officer Tyaundrea Hughes. Officers say they attempted to separate the two individuals and Croft continued to be combative and show aggression to officers and Sgt. Christopher Brooks. Croft then charged at Hughes and then resisted arrest. Officers report that Croft sustained unspecified injuries while resisting arrest.
33-year-old Jessica Rose Russell was found in downtown Nashville extremely intoxicated, unable to care for herself, and believing she was in Illinois. Medics were in the process of assisting her when she became combative, and officers arrived to assist. As they were attempting to get her onto the gurney, she attempted to free herself from the soft restraints they had placed on her and became more aggressive. She lunged at medics several times and eventually bit medic Alexander Martin, but did not break the skin. Then she latched her mouth onto Officer Timothy Lehnert, breaking the skiing and drawing blood. Both Russell and Officer Lehnert were treated at the hospital. Russell is now free on pre-trial release.
32-year-old Michell Baxter told paramedics he used cocaine and opioids prior to a crash on December 23rd. Baxter was initially found unresponsive in the driver’s seat of his crashed truck, unresponsive with fixed pinpoint pupils and a slight pulse. Narcan was administered and he eventually became responsive as he was being transferred onto the gurney. He stated he remembered nothing about the wreck, and refused to answer any questions after being read his rights. Baxter was charged with DUI 2nd and violation of the implied consent law. Baxter also received a citation charging him with DUI 2nd in October, for which he has not yet been to court. He remains jailed in lieu of a $2,500 bond.