18-year-old Corey Little was jailed after police observed him driving a vehicle that was reported stolen on September 12th. Kayla Guthrie called the police, stating that her Audi was stolen, and using an AirTag, she was able to track it to Ogden Drive and Mayer Lane. An officer began heading in that direction and ended up directly behind the vehicle while en route traveling on Ogden Drive. The Audi suddenly stopped in the middle of the road, and the driver exited. The driver then walked toward the patrol vehicle and was immediately detained by police. He stated that he didn’t know the car was stolen and that he had been walking on County Hospital Road when a friend from Middle school pulled up next to him and asked him to get in. After a few minutes of driving around, the friend, Tony, offered to sell the car to Mr. Little for $500. Little had no driver’s license but still agreed to purchase the vehicle. The approximate value of the Audi is over $60,000.
27-year-old Devin Wilkes was at 3rd & Broadway late Friday night when he pulled out his phone and pointed it at officers while making derogatory statements. Officers inquired if he needed assistance as he appeared to be extremely intoxicated. Wilkes, who was unsteady on his feet and could not keep his eyes open, was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
42-year-old tourist Tiffany Densch was causing a disorderly disturbance at Honky Tonk Central on Broadway in downtown Nashville on May 21 when security asked her to leave the bar. She continued to refuse to leave, even when Metro Nashville Police arrived after being flagged down by venue security. She was given another opportunity by officers and continued to refuse. She was taken into custody and charged with criminal trespass.
22-year-old Ethan Schaaf, the son of two prominent Paducah lawyers, and himself an aspiring lawyer, told Metro Nashville Police Officers, “Who are you telling to go home?!?” before shoving an officer and “landing a thick amount of bloody spit” on another officer once he was in custody.
37-year-old Corey Bean told police he was on his way to “visit a female” in North Nashville when he somehow crashed into a mailbox and a house on LaGrange Drive at 4 a.m. Wednesday, though he wasn’t sure how it happened. Though he admitted to drinking two shots of tequila around 11 p.m. the night before, officers say he and the vehicle reeked of marijuana and note he had red, droopy, bloodshot eyes upon their arrival. Officers located a roach and a bag of “Gusher” edibles inside the vehicle. Bean struggled to stay away on the way to the hospital, during the blood draw, and on the way to booking.
Metro Nashville Police say they encountered 21-year-old Unique Chambers near 4th & Broadway in downtown Nashville, fighting Mikianna Burns just before 2 a.m. Saturday. Chambers had to be forcibly detained. and was extremely uncooperative and combative with police throughout their interactions. She reportedly attacked one officer as he came up to stop the fight; however, she says she wasn’t aware he was an officer coming up behind her at the time.
When police asked 33-year-old Paige Hauff why she was driving with no headlights on thru East Nashville in the early hours of Sunday morning, she simply stated “because I was in front of another car and I didn’t want to be rude”… she would later clarify that she meant she had been ‘parked’ in front of another car earlier and had not turned them back on while driving inbound on Gallatin Pike. Officers say she was obviously intoxicated, and she admitted to drinking two vodka drinks prior to driving. She also stated she had Zoloft and used a marijuana vape pen, which was with her. She also had empty Tiny Bomb beer cans, and an empty Ranch Water can in the vehicle. Hauff was transported to booking and her car towed to impound.
19-year-old Kanetray Westbrook is charged with the domestic assault with bodily injury of her girlfriend, Mircale Williams, and was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Wednesday. From her hospital bed, Williams disclosed to police that she was breaking up with Kanetray when Kanetray pulled her from the passenger seat of her car and began punching her in the face repeatedly before pulling her onto the sidewalk where she smashed her head onto the pavement. Realizing how badly injured the victim was, she called the victim’s mother, telling her to call 911 because the victim was “fading in and out” and drove her to that location. Westbrook is free on a $2,500 bond.
27-year-old Taylor Smith is free on a $3,000 bond after pushing his girlfriend into a rose bush while chasing her through a South Nashville neighborhood.