DUI: John Williams flees from downtown police twice during traffic stop

Police say 35-year-old John Williams was driving a Lexus traveling in the wrong direction in a lane of travel on Broadway Thursday at 5:15 p.m. during CMA Fest. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle and were able to speak briefly to him before he continued to drive away from the officers onto 5th Avenue. Another officer was able to stop the vehicle nearby and noticed signs of impairment including twitching and constricted pupils. During this traffic stop, Williams fled a second time and was eventually taken into custody near 6th and Broadway at 6:32 p.m.

Woman sits on road with her child amid traffic after rear-ending another driver, screaming she’s a racist

Metro Police say 31-year-old Brittany Trice rear-ended a car in South Nashville, exited her vehicle, screamed at the other driver calling her a racist, yelled at passing by vehicles, then retrieved her 5-year-old daughter from her car and sat in the middle of traffic on the busy road for a few minutes in some weird act of defiance before fleeing the scene.

Nashville driver found with needle in fetal position on floorboard after wreck, per report

27-year-old Brice Crabtree was charged with unlawful use of paraphernalia and driving under the influence after officers found him in a “fetal position on the passenger side floorboard” following a vehicle collision.

Man admits to drinking PBR charged with DUI

30-year-old Tyler Campbell was charged with DUI after he was pulled over by police and admitted to drinking 4 PBR beers.

Impaired elderly man found locked in bedroom full of urine, no food or running water. 

‘Caretaker’ Colin Watts arrested after Nashville Fire Department’s Medic 11 unit forced entry into a home to rescue a man held against his will, after detectives made contact with the impaired adult male through a bedroom window. The man told detectives he was locked in the small room, which reeked of urine. He also told detectives he was supposed to be on insulin, but his caretakers wouldn’t give it to him, and he needed to go to the hospital.