22-year-old Zoey Sovereign was in a Nashville hotel with her mother on September 1 when her mother woke up to find Zoey was gone and her purse had been opened, with her credit card missing. She was located at a nearby Mapco, where she had purchased alcohol and attempted to get into a vehicle with two men, who pushed her out of their car. She was visibly intoxicated and unable to care for herself. She refused to return back to the hotel room and was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
24-year-old Malcole Ayers was jailed on July 16th after a hit-and-run near Bell Road. The victim of the accident reported that a grey Mercedes hit his vehicle and continued to drive away. He followed the Mercedes to Southpoint Apartments, where police arrived shortly after. Ms. Ayers admitted to hitting the vehicle and driving off because she was scared. Both vehicles had damages as a result of the crash. Police could smell alcohol coming from Ms. Ayers, and her eyes were bloodshot. She admitted to police that she had three shots of tequila earlier that night. Ms. Ayers agreed to perform sobriety tests and displayed multiple indicators of impairment. She also blew a .164 BAC on the breathalyzer.
36-year-old Jerry Woiderski was driving on Murfreesboro Pike just before 2 a.m. Thursday and abruptly came to a stop at a green light near Knight Valley Drive. He then continued to drive and cross over the dividing line and was pulled over by an observing officer. He reportedly smelled of vomit and alcohol and had trouble standing. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody. He later blew a 0.187% BAC on a breathalyzer.
39-year-old Avery Matthews was charged with DUI late Thursday night after parking his white Kia Sedan into a no-trespass zone at Airpark Center Dr. – where officers were patrolling for street racers. Officers saw the car parked with exhaust coming from the back and later confirmed keys were still in the ignition. When officers approached Matthews, he had extremely slurred speech and bloodshot watery eyes. Officers could smell the strong odor of alcohol coming from him. Matthews told police he was in the parking lot to drop off a female partner before going home. He denied drinking any alcohol, although there was a half-empty bottle of Vodka on the passenger floorboard. Matthews refused sobriety tests and the blood sample. During the vehicle search, police discovered a half-empty bottle of Vodka, a completely empty bottle of Vodka, and a Corona bottle. After running Matthews’s name, it was discovered that he was arrested twice before for DUI in Illinois.
Metro Nashville Police responded to a domestic call late Saturday night to find Noel Charias-Chocan outside of his apartment crying, alongside his child. Officers observed multiple scratches on his neck and chest. He explained his girlfriend, 28-year-old Wendy Paz-Henriquez, who also lives in the same complex, suddenly assaulted him during an argument. Both parties had been drinking. She was determined to be the primary aggressor and was taken into custody.
24-year-old Norma Odilia-Macz was preparing for a child’s birthday party last week when she reportedly became increasingly intoxicated and began to attack her boyfriend of three years, Isaac Sonora De Jesus. Police were called to the scene after she threw a bicycle at the victim, smacked him with a brown extension cord, and hit him with a gold belt. Not finished with her drunken assault, she then grabbed a knife and began to attack his head, causing injuries that were treated by medics. Officers located the bloody knife, bicycle, extension cord, and gold belt, all of which were considered evidence of the crime.
Police say 63-year-old Bradford Millham was driving on I-24 when he forced a BMW, driven by Rilei Hill, off the road toward an embankment and then blocked her from getting back onto the interstate, causing her to be in fear for her life. Officers arrived, and Millham stated a vehicle had struck his vehicle on the left rear side, and when he looked up, the only vehicle in his sight was the victims. The white paint transfer on his vehicle did not match the dark color of the victim’s BMW. In his road rage, Millham had identified the wrong car and forced an innocent victim off the roadway with his car. He was charged with felony aggravated assault with a vehicle (reckless endangerment) and transported to booking.
24-year-old tourist William Maracich from South Carolina was detained by security at Losers Bar in downtown Nashville late Saturday night after he caused a disturbance in the bar due to his extreme level of intoxication. Police arrived in response to the disturbance and took Maracich into custody, at which time he resisted being cuffed. Once at booking, Maracich refused to exit the patrol car, resulting in officers carrying him into booking.
23-year-old Wedgie Dana Lorrelien called 911 to report her lover of two years, Jean Monelson, refused the Southwood Park Place residence, and she needed him to leave but claimed no physical altercation had taken place. As police arrived on the scene, they interviewed all involved parties and learned that Jean Monelson had injuries to his fingers and neck and was wearing a white t-shirt that appeared to have been ripped and tainted with pepper spray residue. He told police he was trying to leave the apartment and end the relationship when Wedgie started to bite and scratch him, and peppers sprayed him on his way out of the apartment. Wedgie admits to biting one of his fingers and pepper-spraying him but claims it was self-defense. Wedgie Lorrelien was determined to be the primary aggressor and taken into custody.
When Metro Nashville Police located the 28-year-old victim, he was found with apparent hammer injuries to his collar bone and neck area from an assault. He explained he and his girlfriend currently live with her mother, 49-year-old Shawna Baker, or ‘ShawnaLynn’ as her hundreds of thousands of fans across TikTok, Instagram, and OnlyF*ns, better know her. He was in his bedroom when he says Baker was “very intoxicated” and believed he was laughing at her from the bedroom. She then reportedly armed herself with a hammer and began to strike the door, which he had now closed and locked out of fear of his own life. At one point, he opened the door to escape and found Baker standing at the door, hammer at her waist, blocking his exit. As he pushed her to make a rush to exit the house, he was tackled, the two rumbled, and he was struck with the hammer. He was able to escape to another location and contact the police. Baker was charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.