19-year-old Myeisha Hart, a manager at Popeye’s, had an altercation with her co-worker, Danquron Begley, at the Charlotte Pike location, late on January 5th. Officers spoke with Begley, who advised that Hart threw items at him while he was working, and this had been an ongoing situation, and he was over it. Hart admitted to officers that she had thrown items at him, so they informed her that they were going to cite her for the incident. Then, Hart walked away from them, ignoring their instructions, and when Officer Jared Dick tried to detain her, she pulled away and bit his hand. Officers had to force her into handcuffs, where she bit him again. Hart was taken into custody for resisting arrest, assault, and assault of an officer.
Police say 38-year-old Steffie Misner Wampler was in a road rage incident with another motorist on June 14th on Centennial Blvd. She pulled alongside another vehicle that was now parked in the parking lot of a Dollar General. She began screaming and yelling at the other driver, claiming the victim cut her off in traffic. She then exited her 2013 Toyota Prius and began to bang on his vehicle with her fists, causing significant damage to his rear quarter panel. The victim recorded the incident, which was viewed by police. She was issued a citation for vandalism, which she was booked on this week.
27-year-old Zackary Herder called police to report his vehicle as stolen on February 16; however, the responding officer just happened to be the same officer who had worked a hit-and-run accident two days prior, in which Herder had been identified as the fleeing driver. When confronted, Herder admitted he was the driver and no one stole his vehicle. He was issued a citation for leaving the scene of an accident with damage over $1,500. He was booked on that citation this week.
Police say 18-year-old Richard Parker Jones (AKA rparkeyjones from the forklift video) was in an argument with his parents, upset they would not co-sign a car loan for him. Officers responded to the Whitworth Way home of Donald Bradly Jones and Beth Higgins Jones on the afternoon of January 16 after the teenager had punched his father in the face and head before placing him in a choke-hold in a fit of rage. The mother’s 911 call states her son was attempting to strangle his father, then pushed his mother. The parents eventually restrained him, but he escaped their grasp after a short time and began to punch holes throughout the walls of the home before fleeing. Officers encountered him nearby, and as they were taking him into custody, he kicked Officer Blake Langford in the testicles, spit into Officer Jared Dick’s mouth, and spit on Sgt. Ky Luu. Jones was restrained and contained, and transported to booking. At the time of his arrest, Jones had an outstanding warrant charging him with the theft of two cases of White Claws from a Nashville Mapco store.
Metro Nashville Police responded to Cube Smart Storage in October, where James Simpson stated his 26-year-old ex-girlfriend, Jada McReynolds, punched him in the face approximately ten times during an argument about their children while he was getting his things out of storage. Officers documented injuries to his face, a busted lip, and bruising around his nose and eyes. Jada had fled the scene prior to the officer’s arrival, and a warrant was issued for her arrest. She was booked on that outstanding warrant for domestic assault this week.
Security at Kid Rock’s Big Ass Honky Tonk Rock n’ Roll Steakhouse says 25-year-old Tristan Cummings was kicked out for being unruly inside the bar. Bouncers received multiple complaints about Cummings grabbing and touching other patrons inside the bar and a large disturbance was developing. Metro Nashville Police arrived and took Cummings into custody for public intoxication. Cummings disclosed he had about 8 drinks while inside the bar.
25-year-old Dillon Whitehouse was found shirtless at 120 3rd Ave S. Sunday, outside the FGL House Bar holding a gun while stating he was going to kill someone. Officers arrived at the scene and multiple people pointed them in the direction of Whitehouse, stating “he’s gon a gun!”
As officers approached he tossed the handgun under a black car and was detained by officers before being transported to booking.
Metro Nashville Police responded to Rippy’s on Broadway in downtown Nashville on Saturday in response to 41-year-old Matthew Charboneau yelling and causing a scene with patrons on the sidewalk. Officer Kevin Clausius attempted to de-escalate the situation, however, Charboneau came at him aggressively and the two fought. Police say that during the fight, Charboneau broke the officer’s left ankle. Once he was cuffed, Charboneau then attempted to headbutt Officer Erickson. The officer was transported to Vanderbilt for his broken ankle.
21-year-old Anthony Breithaupt was involved in a large brawl in front of Nudie’s Honky Tonk in the early hours of Saturday morning on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Police responded to the fight/shots fired call to find multiple people involved in fights. Breithaupt was observed throwing several punches and injuring at least one person in the fight.