31-year-old Dosha Mintlow is charged with unlawful exposure after posting sexually explicit photos of his ex-girlfriend, Shailynn Burch, on multiple sites, including Twitter and Only Fans. She reported the two dates for one year but are no longer together, and that eight such videos were posted, in which her face is recognizable, in January and February of 2022.
Metro Nashville Police found 25-year-old Dustin Swann, described as a bloody ginger with a ripped shirt, near 3rd & Demonbreun in downtown Nashville, where he had stumbled after fighting with multiple patrons at the FGL House bar. When Officer Forrest Punke approached the heavily intoxicated man, Swann pushed Punke in the chest with his hands, knocking him backward with substantial force. He also battled with Officer Joshua Zambrano-Vera as he attempted to place him into custody. Eventually secured by cuffs, Swann continued to be hostile and shout at patrons.
53-year-old Curtis Bradley, of Somerset, Kentucky, was jailed this week an on outstanding warrant charging him with the aggravated assault of his girlfriend, Deborah Witte. The couple had been drinking in downtown Nashville and as she returned to their room at the Hilton Garden Inn, she says he was waiting for her and accused her of drinking with other men before returning to the hotel. She says the next thing she knew she was on the ground in the front of the hotel at his hand, and security separated the couple. One back in the room she says he threw a cologne bottle at her and would stand by the door to prevent her from leaving the room. Police initially responded but took no action as the victim would not make a statement at the time. She would eventually seek treatment for her injuries and required surgery for a femoral next fracture. She sought the assistance of domestic violence detectives who signed warrants in March for the arrest of Curtis Bradley.
30-year-old Michael Adam Hedges was jailed in Nashville this week on an outstanding 17-count Grand Jury Indictment from 2016 charging him with theft and multiple counts of forgery and identity theft related to thousands of dollars in fraudulent check payments from the company accounts of businesses such as Liberation Yoga, Raquel Bueno Yoga, and Raquel Bueno-Miles to himself and others. He is free on a $25,000 bond.
Downtown officers were alerted to a man drinking at Jason Aldean’s Bar on Broadway who was in possession of a handgun inside the bar. Police arrived and located 21-year-old Michael Hoskins, from Leitchfield, KY, who admitted he was both drinking and carrying his firearm. He was described as smelling of alcohol, and with slurred speech while being unsteady on his feet. Hoskins was taken into custody and transported to booking.
38-year-old Kendall Henderson was stopped on I-65 for traveling at 20 mph in a lane of travel. THP Officer Fuller spoke with Henderson, who was the driver of the vehicle, and who admitted he was using Kratom, which is illegal in Tennessee. Henderson was reportedly confused and disoriented, and admitted to doing “multiple drugs” over the past few days.
Bengals fan Keith Collins was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Saturday after he and another fan were in a verbal altercation in a parking area, and when Apex Security Guard Roberty Wiley attempted to de-escalate the situation, Collins punched him in the face.
Officers attempted to issue him a state citation, however, he refused to sign it so he was taken into custody.
27-year-old Luke Lacefield was transported from Nissan Stadium during the Titans Game, and upon arrival at St. Thomas Midtown, ED staff observed his extreme level of intoxication as he had to be restrained to a hospital bed due to his yelling, screaming, and making threats to of harm to hospital staff.
He reportedly attempted to bite a female member of the security staff who was attempting to restrain him. Lacefield told police he has no memory of the incident.
Undercover agents with TABC (Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission) messaged with 35-year-old Eric Adams, who they say had posted a 12-year-old bottle of Van Winkle Bourbon for sale in a private Facebook Group used as a secondary sales market.
The agent, Ryan Spraggins, agreed to meet and purchase the 750ml bottle, and Adams showed up at the agreed-upon location, which was the Music Valley Cracker Barrell, and completed the transaction. At that time, Adams was notified he had sold liquor without a proper license and was issued a state citation for possessing, transporting, and selling alcoholic beverages for resale without a license. Adams was booked on the charge earlier this month.
25-year-old tourist Corey Oakes, from Kentucky, is charged with tampering with evidence and public intoxication after he carried his friend, who shot himself in the leg in downtown Nashville while drinking, on a bird scooter back to the Cambria hotel and parked him at the entrance while he returned to their room upstairs to hide the gun. When police responded to the shooting call at the hotel they located the victim and Oakes, who was extremely intoxicated, and admitted his friend “may have possibly shot himself” and admitted to returning the gun to their room. Oakes is free on pre-trial release.