29-year-old Sterling Inge was found asleep behind the wheel on November 24th, blocking traffic. A bystander told officers that Inge had been sleeping at that spot for a prolonged amount of time, blocking traffic. When police arrived, Inge was still sleeping in the driver’s seat and once awake, refused to leave. When officers engaged with Inge, they discovered that he was inebriated. He told officers that he was heading to Gallatin but refused to address his drunkenness. Inge also refused to perform any field sobriety tests and blood samples. Inge was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence and implied civil consent.
23-year-old tourist Brandon Cruz got into a fight with Colby Daniel Lowry, a manager at the Deja Vu strip club in downtown Nashville in the early hours of Saturday morning. He had become aggressive with staff when the manager stepped in to attempt to de-escalate the situation. Cruz, however, balled his fists and punched the victim after the two were at the front of the building. Cruz was detained for police, who took him into custody and transported him to booking. Officers viewed security video of the incident, and the manager suffered a small cut to his face.
Late Wednesday night, officers were called to Centennial Hospital because someone was seen “casing” vehicles around the property’s parking lots and moving toward the parking garage. It’s alleged that 18-year-old Nadia Dixon was found by security guards and officers inside Alyssa Wilson’s vehicle. The rear passenger side window was broken, and the steering column was removed. When questioned, Dixon stated she said it was her friend’s vehicle and she had lost the keys, but she did not know the victim’s name.
A little later, police were notified by another hospital employee that they had found a cell phone that wasn’t theirs inside of their vehicle. Police state this indicates the defendant was in multiple cars in the garage, with a hammer allegedly being found with the defendant. Due to being placed in multiple vehicles in the garage, Dixon was arrested and booked the same day.
23-year-old Rylee Ann Maben told Metro Nashville Police she was leaving downtown Nashville late Monday night when she crashed on I-24 after taking an exit ramp too fast. Maben told police she had a few alcoholic drinks prior to driving and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. She was transported to booking and charged with DUI.
36-year-old Javier Villalobos is charged with the domestic assault of one of his roommates, Norma Arteaga-Vaela. Police responded to the Antioch home after Norma says Javier came home while she and other roommates were in the kitchen, and they invited him to join them, however, he began to touch her inappropriately while asking her to grab him a drink. Norma says she told him to stop disrespecting and touching her, and he slapped her in the face in response. The other roommates confirmed the assault and Villalobos was taken into custody. After he was unable to post a $1,500 bond, he was given pre-trial release after 48 hours in jail.