Binahy Abdullatif drag races in 2016 Acura ILX on Nolensville Pike

23-year-old Bihany Basheer Abdullatif, a K&G Fashion Store employee, was booked on the citation of drag racing on April 19th. On March 23rd, officers observed Abdullatif and an unidentified individual in another vehicle at the Nolensville Pike and Haywood Lane intersection speeding off after the light turned green. The other car reached 81 mph in a 40 mph zone, and Abdullatif was pulling away from them in her 2016 Acura ILX. She was then cited for the incident.  

DUI: Latisha Cox drives downtown on blown tire and busted axle in wrong direction

25-year-old Latisha Cox was traveling North on 4th Ave N late Friday night in downtown Nashville, despite that being a one-way Southbound street. A traffic stop was conducted as she was driving on a blown tire and a busted front axle, in addition to driving in the wrong direction. She appeared heavily intoxicated and stated she had one margarita and two shots of tequila prior to driving. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests, which had to be stopped for her own safety.

Devon “Dr. Mixologist” Livingston charged with DUI after speeding on West End Ave

29-year-old Devon J. Livingston, AKA Dr. Mixologist of Love Language Nashville, was booked Friday on a warrant charging him with DUI. Police say he was initially stopped for speeding on West End Ave and reeked of alcohol when speaking to the officer. He originally stated he consumed alcohol before driving but later declared he didn’t have anything to drink. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was charged with DUI.

DUI: Narcan saves life of man found slumped over wheel after crash — amphetamines, heroin, suboxone & more

22-year-old Gavin Reese Bain was revived by the use of 3 doses of Narcan after he was found slumped over the wheel of his vehicle after a crash with a hypodermic in the floorboard beneath him and a marijuana pipe in the glove compartment. He admitted to having used marijuana, amphetamines, heroin, suboxone, and Zyprexa recently.