25-year-old washed-up former real estate agent Robbierre ‘Robbie’ Armstrong was found heavily intoxicated and soaked in urine on 4th Ave North in downtown Nashville just before 4 a.m. Saturday. Officers say he appears to be “asleep while standing” when they encountered him, and he was incoherent and unable to communicate effectively. He was offered a ride to his home but refused to provide officers with a proper address. He became verbally abusive with medics who arrived to assist him and began to scream and cause a disturbance. As he was being placed into custody for disorderly conduct, Armstrong pulled his hands away and refused to be cuffed. After a brief struggle, he was taken into custody and transported to booking.
22-year-old Robert Struble was found passed out on the sidewalk at 3rd and Church in downtown Nashville just after 10:30 p.m. Saturday. Once he became aware of his surrounding after officers arrived he was confused and extremely intoxicated. He was unable to make contact with anyone to retrieve him and was eventually taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
36-year-old Andrew Holland was jailed this week while in town with his wife, Anna Maria Burgos. The Florida couple was staying at the Dream Hotel in downtown Nashville, where just before 5 a.m. Saturday, police responded to a domestic disturbance call. The two had an argument while out at dinner, which continued as they returned to the hotel room. She says that Andrew suddenly pushed her, shoved her to the ground, struck her in the face, and struck her with a pillow. As she further detailed the assault, she said he pressed his fingers on her eyes and strangled her for a period of time. Officers documented multiple injuries on the victim and took Andrew into custody.
Police say 24-year-old Cecil Nelson was passed out behind the wheel of a maroon GMC which was blocking all westbound lanes of I-40 in the early hours of Monday morning. His foot was on the brake, and the vehicle was running and in drive. Once he was awakened denied medical assistance, threw his hands up in the air, and demanded to know why he was being detained. He was visibly intoxicated and admitted to consuming a “couple of High Noon” beverages along with a Vegas Bomb. He stated he was on the way to pick up a friend when he was awakened by officers in the middle of the interstate. Nelson performed poorly on field sobriety tests and blew a 0.200% BAC on a breathalyzer.
24-year-old soldier Wyatt “Gingy” Gibson was observed walking (mostly stumbling) in the street barefoot along 10th & Broadway in the early hours of Friday morning, appearing to be very intoxicated. As officers made contact to check on his welfare, Gibson laid down the road. He was unable to tell officers who he was, how he got there, and was unable to locate his phone or provide any contact information for anyone who could retrieve him. He refused medical transport and was taken to booking, where he was charged with public intoxication.
37-year-old Rinat Kagarmonanov was causing such a scene at the La Quinta hotel bar in downtown Nashville that security detained him, and staff determined he was no longer welcome at the property. Metro Nashville Police officers arrived and attempted to assist Rinat with finding an alternate hotel arrangement, but due to his level of intoxication, he was not interested in assistance. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Early Saturday morning, police encountered 22-year-old Malena McKinney, who was extremely intoxicated on 4th Ave N. in downtown Nashville and was resisting all efforts of her friends to get her home safely. McKinney was belligereant and refused all offers of assistance, including medics, who also responded to the scene. She was eventually taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Shawn Cates and David Carney met with police Saturday evening to report their neighbor, 39-year-old Jennifer Croy, had just fired a gun at them, and they have the incident recorded on video. The argument was about shared driveway space between the three, and they say the disagreement gradually escalated until Jennifer produced a handgun and pointed the gun at each of the victims, and fired a single shot in their direction. Officer met with Croy, who denied ever pointing a gun at either man but stated she did have a handgun in her possession. Officers played the video for Croy, which clearly showed her pointing and firing the gun, and she continued to deny what the video showed.