49-year-old Sarah Loer was observed by Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District just after lunch Friday as she drunkenly stumbled on the sidewalk. She was visibly intoxicated, with her wallet exposed from her purse, with money hanging out of it. She was unable to take care of herself and refused all medical assistance. She was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
TSU Police Officer William Bottoms says he found 35-year-old Jonathan Countsasleep at Riverfront Park in downtown Nashville just before 6 a.m. on a Wednesday morning. He charged him with criminal trespass, noting the park closed at 11 p.m. It is unclear why TSU Officers were patrolling Riverfront Park at 6 a.m. and the department has not responded to inquiries about this story.
29-year-old Jazmine Nicole Russell is charged with domestic assault with bodily injury of her boyfriend of two years, Seth Larson, after a neighbor called police about the commotion coming from their apartment. Police separated both parties, and Seth explained he was in bed and Jazmine was in the living room when she went through her phone and became upset, accusing him of lying. She then began to strike his back and neck, leaving visible injuries. Jazmine told police she only grabbed him to keep him from walking away when she talked to him. Though Seth did dot not want to prosecute, due to the injuries and the domestic relationship, Jazmine was determined to be the primary aggressor and taken into custody.
Metro Nashville Police received multiple calls about a man running on the interstate and in front of semi-trucks traveling at full speed. Officers arrived to find 23-year-old Colby Daugherty, who explained he had just left the Kevin Gates concert and was “walking back to a friend’s house,” but when asked for the address, he responded, “I have no idea!” Daughtery refused all medical treatment and was visibly intoxicated and unable to care for himself. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Just after 2 a.m. Wednesday, Metro Nashville Police officers responded to Rosa L. Parks Blvd & Church St where a vehicle driven by 27-year-old Mitchell Webb was reportedly crashing into traffic cones. Officers arrived to find Webb out of his vehicle and with the construction crew. He stated he was coming from Broadway. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests that he completed, as they were stopped due to his level of intoxication. He only admitted to drinking “coke”, and would not answer any questions about his alcohol intake, and refused all other tests. He was transported to booking and charged with DUI.
Metro Nashville Police were involved with an unrelated call in downtown Nashville in the early hours of Friday morning when they were flagged down and directed to 37-year-old Joel Weisberger, who was becoming aggressive toward other citizens. Officers observed him to be extremely intoxicated and yelling at other patrons for no reason as they made contact with him. Weisberger had two friends with him who were attempting to get him back to the hotel, and they got him in the patrol car so the officer could drive him there. Along the way, he began to yell and scream and hit the interior door of the police cruiser in an attempt to get out while it was moving. Due to his continued drunkenness and behavior, he was placed into custody and transported to booking.
23-year-old Dalen Willis-Sharpe was charged with public intoxication in downtown Nashville after security from 5th & Broadway flagged down Metro Nashville Police Officers stating that Willis-Sharpe was becoming aggressive. Officers made contact with Willis-Sharpe and found him unsteady on his feet and with a strong odor of alcohol coming from him. Due to his level of intoxication and inability to care for himself, he was transported to booking.
Metro Nashville Police Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville encountered 28-year-old Luke Peter Knight late Friday night as security from Tootsie’s had asked him to leave the location multiple times and he refused. Officers observed Knight to be heavily intoxicated and with slurred speech when he spoke to them. Due to his inability to care for himself and his level of intoxication he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Metro Police responded to the Capitol Hotel in downtown Nashville early Monday morning after 31-year-old Jaime Idrovo was in some sort of disturbance with another guest. Due to all of the commotion in the middle of the night, hotel management asked Idrovo to leave the hotel, but he refused, stating he was going back to sleep. After management asked him a second time, with police present, and he still refused, he was charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct, and transported to booking.
28-year-old Bryce Barlow now faces 3 felony charges after he arrived at the Grand Hyatt Nashville hotel Tuesday heavily intoxicated and telling staff members precisely what they could suck, then taking out his weapon and threatening to shoot them. Barlow was reportedly upset he was given a room with two queen beds instead of a single king.
Barlow was released after 4 hours in booking, on a $25,000 bond.