20-year-old Bradley Smith was using a fake ID early Saturday morning in an attempt to enter Kid Rock’s Bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Security observed the fake ID and notified police about Smith, who was already heavily intoxicated. Officers arrived and took Smith into custody, and transported him to booking.
38-year-old Michael Sampson was kicked out of Nudie’s Honky Tonk on Broadway late Sunday night but refused to leave the premises. Metro Nashville Police responded to the scene and attempted to get him to leave the premises, and he continued to refuse and argued with the bouncers. He was taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct.
45-year-old Nicholas ODonnell was drunk and threatening to fight patrons at Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville late Sunday night. Officers arrived after being flagged down by security, and noted his extreme level of intoxication. He was taken into custody for public intoxication and transported to booking.
48-year-old Jeremy Bryan McQuillen was observed doing “donuts” in the parking lot of a church parking lot on Old Hickory Blvd Friday night. The pastor of the church asked him to leave and noticed that he appeared to be intoxicated and called 911. As officers arrived, McQuillen attempted to leave the frozen area of the parking lot and, upon contact, was acting erratically and had multiple signs of intoxication. McQuillen admitted to drinking alcohol, and several open alcohol containers were located inside the vehicle.
20-year-old Kaylyn McKissack caught the attention of Metro Nashville Police Thursday as they observed her driving very fast in the parking lot at 900 Gallatin Pike, and she eventually drove over a curb and stopped in the grass. Officers made contact with McKissack, who was naked from the waist down, had urinated on herself, and had an open bottle of liquor in the center console and another in the passenger seat. McKissack performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking.