Inek Swanson charged with public intoxication after urinating on Broadway in front of police

40-year-old Inek Swanson was jailed after urinating on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Police tried to speak with Swanson, but he was unable to communicate, and simply unzipped his pants and rested against a trashcan while completing his business. He smelled strongly of alcohol and was unable to walk on his own, all while being exposed to citizens.

Leonard Hensley jailed after punching girlfriend’s car after asking her to leave

34-year-old Leonard Hensley was jailed on Mar 5th after slamming his fists onto the hood of his girlfriend’s car and causing damage after an argument. Abigail Jane Brumbeloe told police that after an argument with Hensley, he asked her to leave. She gathered her belongings, went outside, and got in her car. Hensley followed her and slammed his fists into the hood of her car. After driving away, she saw the damage and notified the police.

Matthew Ingram, 32, lives with his mother & she says it’s time to go

32-year-old Matthew Ingram was jailed on Mar 18th for threatening to kill his mother after an argument started about it being time for him to move out of her home on Selma Avenue. Michelle Ingram told police that her son Matthew was belligerent during the argument and said, ” Once I get my $1,500, I’m going to kill you. ” Michelle feared for her life and told police that Mathew may have been on narcotics and had prior mental health issues. After the incident, his mother sought a warrant for harassment/threats, and it was granted by a night court commissioner.

The following day, she called the police to report Ingram was at her home and refused to leave, and he now had an outstanding warrant. Officers arrived and explained to Ingram several times that there was a warrant out for his arrest and that he needed to put his hands behind his back to be placed into handcuffs. Ingram immediately resisted by bringing his arms up to his chest and sitting on the ground. Police struggled with his disobedience and had to pull Ingram’s arms behind his back to cuff him forcefully. After the incident, Ingram told police, “I could’ve went way harder on y’all.”

Syerea Elam booked after driving without wearing her seatbelt

40-year-old Syerea Elam was booked this week on a citation issued by a THP Trooper in February for not wearing a seatbelt in her Honda CR-V.

Kaleb Tanner jailed after traffic stop yields 42 grams of marijuana

19-year-old Kaleb Tanner was jailed on March 21st after police found a felony amount of marijuana in a stolen Jeep Compass that he was driving down Gallatin Pike with a suspended license. The tags belonged to a tan 1996 Toyota Corolla. Tanner was the only one in the vehicle and immediately told officers there was marijuana inside. Officers could smell the marijuana and conducted a search locating a baggie of marijuana under the seat and two baggies in the center console totaling 42.65 grams of marijuana.

DUI: Janett Walkoff Crawford blows 0.228% BAC after crash

36-year-old Janett Walkoff Crawford was jailed on March 21st after crashing into private property on Shihmen Drive. When officers arrived on the scene, Janett declined medical attention. Police asked her what caused the wreck, and she said that she just took a wide turn and wasn’t sure what else had happened. Janett was swaying back and forth while standing, and police could smell alcohol coming from her breath. She consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. She agreed to the breathalyzer, and it read .228% BAC — nearly three times the legal limit.

Devin James: You can’t keep a rental car forever

26-year-old Devin James was jailed on March 20th for carelessly driving a stolen vehicle. Officers conducted a traffic stop at the Intersection of Harding Place and Linbar Drive. When police ran the license plate, it showed the car was listed as stolen. James explained that he had rented the vehicle at the airport and hadn’t been able to return it despite several phone calls from the rental company asking for the vehicle back, so they had reported it stolen. The estimated value of the vehicle is $24,000. James was taken into custody and transported to booking.

DUI: Christian Dineen had 1.5 beers, CBD, & Delta 8 prior to crashing into two cars

28-year-old Christian Dineen was jailed on March 20th after passing out behind the wheel and causing an accident on Harding Place. The drivers of the other vehicles he crashed into told police that Dineen looked like he was passed out, which caused the crashes. First responders knocked on his window to wake him. When asked what happened, he said he was not in an accident and was okay. His eyes were watery, and he had pinpoint pupils. He had his 4-year-old nephew in the car with him. The other drivers were injured and transported to the hospital. After running his name, it was discovered that Dineen didn’t even have a valid driver’s license or car insurance. He refused to do a sobriety test because he said he “knows alcohol takes longer to get out of your system” he told police he drank a beer and a half around 3 am and had CBD and Delta 8 prior to driving.

Ebony Harrison punches her father twenty times during rampage

18-year-old Ebony Harrison was jailed on March 20th after attacking her father and threatening to kill him at their home on Tanglewood court the week prior. Johnny Harrison told police that his daughter came home in a hurry and ran through the house knocking over a dog crate. When he asked her why she was in a hurry, she went over to him and started punching him in the face several times. Johnny said she punched him close to 20 times. Police observed a cut on the side of his head and dried blood on his arm and the floor. Johhny told police that Ebony said, “I’ll do you today,” and then stated 5 or 6 times that she was going to “kill him.” Johnny was able to shove her off. There is a history of domestic violence involving Ebony as the aggressor and her father as the victim.

Elocin Nuleaf says DCS can have her son if he doesn’t want to walk with her on the interstate

35-year-old Elocin Nuleaf was jailed on March 19th after police saw her walking on the interstate with her young children and advised her that it was illegal. It was below freezing, so police transported Nuleaf and her children to a Mcdonald’s, where they waited with her while she waited on a friend to pick them up. When her ride arrived, officers waited for the car to pull off due to Nuleaf being uncooperative during the incident on the interstate. Nuleaf gets out of the car with her children and starts yelling at her friend, saying she doesn’t want a ride anymore. Her 8-year-old son started crying because he didn’t want to walk anymore.

Nuleaf is holding her one-month-old baby in the middle of the parking lot, obstructing traffic and yelling at officers. Nuleaf starts walking towards the road, leaving her 8-year-old in the parking lot crying. She told the officers that if her son didn’t want to come, she wouldn’t make him, and DCS could have him. Officers told Nuleaf that she was not free to leave and that she needed to hand over her one-month-old because she was going to jail. After passing off the child, she resisted arrest, and there was a brief struggle to get her into the cuffs. Officers stayed on the scene until DCS arrived.