47-year-old Thomas Patton pulled out in front of officers on Gallatin Pike and began driving erratically on the morning of August 6. Police conducted a traffic stop, and Thomas gave them his debit card when they asked for identification. Thomas agreed to step out of the vehicle and perform sobriety tests. He showed signs of intoxication and was placed into custody. While transported to booking, he told the officers that he came from a bachelor party and originally planned to have his wife pick him up. He said that he drove because he lived close by.
34-year-old Larogerrick Moore and his baby momma threw things at each other after she asked him to watch their infant. On July 26th, MNPD officers arrived at a residence on Cheyenne Blvd and spoke to Latoya McDuffie. She said that Larogerrick came home from work at 6 am, and she asked him to watch their 6-month-old child. An argument started, she said, and he threw a household item at her. She admitted to police that she threw something back, leading to each of them throwing several items at each other. At this time, Larogerrick threw a glass vase that hit Latoya in the arm. A juvenile eyewitness corroborated Latoya’s story as well as police noted a bruise on Latoya’s arm.
Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville were flagged down by bystanders who advised that 28-year-old Christopher Reddick was asleep or passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle on Broadway amid many other cars and pedestrians. He was coming to as officers approached his vehicle, but he provided severely delayed responses to questions and was obviously intoxicated. He stated: “I’ve been drinking enough today,” and refused all field sobriety and chemical/breath tests.
22-year-old Ethan Schaaf, the son of two prominent Paducah lawyers, and himself an aspiring lawyer, told Metro Nashville Police Officers, “Who are you telling to go home?!?” before shoving an officer and “landing a thick amount of bloody spit” on another officer once he was in custody.