Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative found 21-year-old Kaleb Dillard laying down in the parking garage at 315 Deadrick Street with no idea how he got there, where he was staying, where he was going, or where his friends were. Dillard stated he consumed “a lot” of beer and was heavily intoxicated according to an arrest report. Due to his inability to care for himself, he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
18-year-old Austin Mcfarlin was arrested and charged with domestic vandalism this week after his girlfriend, Aria Smith, told him she had sex with his best friend and says Austin then threw her phone on the ground at her feet, damaging it. She says he also punched a hole in the wall of her apartment. Metro Police say his girlfriend Aria Smith’s actual name is Seth Smith, per court documents.
36-year-old David Crow is charged with the domestic assault of Chris Platt after neighbors reported they observed Crow drag Platt back inside the residence after he had escaped out of the back door to scream for the neighbors to call 911. The couple had been in an argument that got heated, and Crow took Platt’s phone and refused to let him leave the residence. Once he got Platt back inside, he dragged him across the floor back to the living room but claimed it was “for his own well-being.” Officers documented a golf ball sized known and cuts on the victim’s forehead and bruising and cuts on his arm.
23-year-old Bricen Bunt told police he had just left Play Dance Bar, where he had drank a tequila shot, a Long Island Tea, and a vodka/Redbull, when he crashed his car into another vehicle on I-24 while driving to Murfreesboro in the early hours of Saturday morning. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, Bunt blew a 0.134 % BAC on a breathalyzer. He is free on pre-trial release.
Metro Nashville Police say 46-year-old Lynn Flick told them he was coming from drinking “two hard seltzers” at Tribe Bar on Church Street when he crashed his Jeep Liberty into fixtures on McGavock Pike, fled the scene of the wreck, and began hopping fences into backyards. One witness, who provided cell phone video of the incident, says he appeared to be asleep behind the wheel at the time of the crash. As police found him, they noted he was “clumsily” climbing over a fence gate, which was obviously unlocked and he could have simply opened. He is charged with DUI 2nd, and is free on pre-trial release.
21-year-old Jacob Nipper (AKA Jake King) is free on a $10,000 bond, via Smiley’s Bail Bonding, after police located over 100 sexual images and videos of minor boys, some as young as toddlers, in his online storage accounts. He admitted to watching the videos approximately once per week, and when asked if he had an attraction to minor boys, he told a detective that he didn’t anymore, however, he might have in the past. Nipper is charged with sexual exploitation of a minor, full details in story.
Metro Nashville Police say 22-year-old Delonta Burleson had been kicked out of an establishment by security at 2622 Jefferson Street in the pre-daylight hours on Sunday. He was described as being in a “heightened emotional state” when he then returned to the property, picked up a traffic cone, and threw it at Kylan King. Burleson was charged with assault and is free on a $1,000 bond.
28-year-old Alexia Dunn is charged with the aggravated kidnapping and strangulation of her wife, Quenticia, after accusing her of having a new lover while the couple is preparing to finalize their divorce. Court records indicated she pulled a handgun on her wife and stated “we gonna die tonight, till death do us part!”, grabbed her by the neck and pressed her against a wall until she went limp, smashed her phone so she was unable to call for help, and when she was able to escape to ask a neighbor for help, Alexia physically picked her up and forced her back inside the residence. Alexia Dunn is free on a $35,000 bond.
31-year-old Heather Helm is charged with domestic assault after he reportedly got into an argument with this girlfriend in a Goodlettsville Hotel room and pushed her out the door. He claims the pair had just broken up and were both physical at each other, but was determined to be the primary aggressor. He is free on a $1,000 bond.
34-year-old Trovaski Holt was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Sunday after his boyfriend showed police the injuries on his neck, alleging that Holt trapped him in a closet, pushed him against a wall, and strangled him. The boyfriend, Andrew Comerford, was also arrested on two outstanding warrants for violating his probation.