20-year-old Christopher Free flagged down Metro Nashville Police Officers late Saturday night to report that he and a friend were visiting the Barstool Sports Bar when the bouncers confiscated their ID, believing they were fake. Free demanded that officers retrieve his ID card from the bar. Officers informed Free that they were happy to do so, but if the ID was actually fake, he would face criminal charges. Free continued to insist his ID was legitimate, and officers obliged by retrieving the Georgia driver’s license belonging to Free. Upon running the ID, which displayed Free’s name and photo, the number came back to an elderly woman. As he was confronted about the discrepancy, Free and his friend turned away from the police and attempted to flee the scene. His friend was successful, but officers tackled Free and took him into custody.
22-year-old Diamond Ingram was jailed late Friday night after she continued to attempt to reenter the Redneck Riviera Bar & BBQ after being kicked out of the venue due to her level of intoxication. When she refused to leave the property despite multiple opportunities, Metro Nashville Police responded and took her into custody.
19-year-old Drew Richmond was found passed out on the ground at Nissan Stadium before the Beyonce concert Saturday afternoon. He was belligerent with first responders who attempted to assist him. Due to his level of intoxication and inability to care for himself in public, he was taken into custody.
27-year-old Adam Dalessio Comi became disorderly at Whiskey Row on Broadway in downtown Nashville late Sunday night. Security at the bar detained him due to his level of intoxication and attempted to escort him outside. Metro Nashville Police responded to the commotion and found Comi to be extremely intoxicated and prepared to take him into custody for public intoxication. While swapping handcuffs with security, Comi violently resisted being re-cuffed and spat in the face of an officer. He continued to resist and spit in the back of the patrol car while being transported to booking.
18-year-old Chase Irvin attempted to enter Redneck Riviera late Saturday night, but was denied entry due to his level of intoxication. Irvin then attempted to charge past the bounces. After failing to do so, he began to throw the signs outside the bar and was detained by security. As officers arrived to take him into custody for public intoxication and disorderly conduct, Irvin attempted to flee while being detained. He was additionally charged with underage drinking and resisting arrest.