46-year-old Ricardo Warfield was booked after refusing to leave Barstool Sports Bar on January 6th. Barstool Security waived down officers regarding Warfield. Officers observed Warfield standing at the entrance of the bar. Officers observed that Warfield reeked of alcohol and had slurred speech. Officers instructed him to leave the bar and go home. Warfield walked away from the door, then turned around and began yelling at Barstool staff and officers. Officers warned Warfield to leave a second time. Warfield walked away from the door, only to turn around and yell at everyone again. Ricardo Warfield was taken into custody for public intoxication.
40-year-old Florida man Alejandro Marc was at Losers Bar & Grill early Sunday morning with a friend when a third fried was denied entry due to their level of intoxication. The two friends walked outside to confront security and were extremely intoxicated. Marc reportedly pushed a security guard, who punched him in the face in return. A fight ensued, and Marc then spit blood on the bouncer, Devin Ramirez, who wanted to prosecute for the assault. The entire incident was captured on security video. Marc was taken into custody and transported to booking.
27-year-old Isaiah Michael Lofton got into a scuffle with Joseph Konrath at the corner of Representative John Lewis Way and Broadway early January 1st. Officers observed this, intervened, and separated the two. As Officers attempted to separate the men, a drunk woman, Caitlin Chism, repeatedly intervened and had to be removed from the scene. The men, who were both intoxicated, told officers that the other one initiated the altercation once they bumped into each other while walking in the street. Lofton was taken into custody for disorderly conduct.
27-year-old Caitlin Chism had to be physically removed from a fight at the corner of Representative John Lewis Way and Broadway on January 1st. Officers responded to a physical altercation between two men, Isaiah Lofton and Joseph Konrath. When officers tried to separate the involved parties, Chism repeatedly intervened and had to be removed from the scene. When police interacted with Chism, they noticed she was heavily intoxicated and unable to care for herself. Chism was arrested for her safety and taken into custody for public intoxication.
21-year-old David Poulin observed a bouncer at Layla’s Honky Tonk tackle a patron, Luke Lovorn, to the ground Saturday evening, and as he approached, they began to wrestle on the ground. Poulin kicked the bouncer, Rodney Cook, and took the bouncer’s cell phone and smashed it onto the ground, destroying it. Officers arrived and placed Poulin into cuffs as he attempted to flee and fell to the ground a short distance away.
29-year-old Cordero Moree drove through a red light on December 21st as officers patrolled Representative John Lewis Way South and Lafayette Street. They observed this, initiated a traffic stop, approached the driver’s side door, and noticed Moree fumbling with his belongings. He responded slowly to officers, advising them he had no license, and initially provided an unverifiable name and date of birth. He admitted to smoking marijuana in the morning and told them he was a painter who paints indoors without filtration, explaining why there was paint on him. Moree consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and was taken into custody for driving without a license and driving under the influence.
22-year-old Bryce Anderson refused to leave Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk in Downtown Nashville the night of December 15th. The complainant flagged down officers and advised them that Anderson had been told to leave the bar and snuck in three times. He did not wish to prosecute Anderson. Anderson was visibly intoxicated, as officers tried to ascertain where he was staying or if he had anyone who could take care of him but were unsuccessful. Anderson was deemed a danger to himself and taken into custody for public intoxication.
36-year-old Joseph Leroy Kellogg started an altercation in the lobby of the Hilton Hotel with Kenneth Dale Hadley, Arthur Eugene Davis, and Hayden Brent Miller around 5 a.m. on December 10th. Officers responded to the incident and spoke with Kellogg, who was visibly agitated as he was detained and requested his attorney. Then, they talked to Hadley, the hotel security guard; Davis, a hotel employee; and Miller, a hotel guest. Hadley advised he responded to an altercation in the lobby bathroom, where he found Kellogg and two to three other individuals. Kellogg left the hotel and re-entered, and Hadley told him he needed to leave the property, but Kellogg refused and took a fighting stance against Hadley, which initiated a physical altercation between Kellogg, Hadley, Davis, and Miller. Kellogg pushed Davis and punched Miller, but only Davis wished to prosecute. Officers reviewed surveillance of the scuffle, but several points were not in the frames. The video showed Kellogg in a fighting stance and moving towards Hadley, getting in his face. Then, Davis and Miller came to Hadley’s aid and could be seen talking to Kellogg before he pushed Davis, punched Miller, and chased after him. Hadley got in between Kellogg and Miller before grabbing hold of Kellogg, and then he punched Hadley in the face, placed his hands around his neck, and grabbed ahold of his windpipe. Officers observed Hadley’s lip was swollen and his neck was red. Kellogg was taken into custody for strangulation, assault, and aggravated trespassing.
37-year-old Justin Stephens was found unconscious in the grass just outside the Turnip Truck in the Gulch late Friday night by police working patrol in the area. Officers were eventually able to awaken Stephens, who was disoriented and had difficulty answering questions. He reportedly reeked of alcohol and refused all assistance and transport to a local hospital. Left with no options, officers took him into custody for public intoxication and transported him to booking.
27-year-old Colton Crawford was yelling at his family members in the late hours of November 11th in the middle of the intersection on Representative John Lewis Way. Crawford complied as officers asked him to exit the intersection, but he continued arguing with his family. Officers attempted to separate Crawford from the rest of the group, but he insisted on yelling at them. Officers chose to take Crawford into custody as he was visibly intoxicated and would potentially escalate the situation if he was allowed to continue arguing. Crawford was then charged with disorderly conduct.