23-year-old Sara Lackova spoke to police regarding an incident between her and her ex-boyfriend at an Airbnb At Burnham Apartments on Tuesday. She admitted to pushing her ex-boyfriend, Nicholas French, after he yelled at her during an argument and followed her back to the Airbnb. She pushed him because she did not want him inside the Airbnb. Nicholas told police that she refused to let him inside to grab his belongings and slapped him in the face. Video footage shows the two of them at the entrance, and Nicholas puts his arms up before Sara pushes him to keep him from entering. A witness across the street said they saw Nicholas with his arms up and Sara pushing him. Police noted scratch marks on Nicholas’ arm and believed it was from Sara.
22-year-old Sarah Elizabeth Crowe was booked on July 25th after police were flagged down just outside Johnny Cash’s Bar on 3rd Ave. They noticed a crowd forming and arguing, and then they witnessed Sarah punching a man in the face several times. She was pulled away from the victim, Ryan Fisher, and placed into handcuffs to stop her from fighting. Sarah told the police her friend was bleeding from their face when she decided to help. At this time, she saw Ryan recording it all on his phone, and she insisted that he stop; he continued to record, and that’s when she engaged him. Police say that Ryan had visible injuries after Sarah had punched him in the face several times. She also told police that she was drinking alcohol before the event, and police stated that she smelled of alcohol.
55-year-old Jeffrey Acevedo was jailed on May 28th after police responded to a call of someone not paying their tab at The Palm Restaurant. Police spoke with the manager, who said Acevedo ordered $155.47 worth of food and didn’t pay. Acevedo told police he didn’t pay and didn’t believe he had to. He said, “I am rebelling, and it is in my favor to not pay.” Acevedo ordered multiple food items like steak, soda, and dessert. He admitted to police that he would continue the offense all around Nashville because he believes it is his right and said, “I think you should take me to jail.” Due to the likelihood of the offense continuing, Acevedo was taken into custody.
27-year-old British tourist Elliot Williams faces charges from two separate incidents this week in downtown Nashville. On Tuesday, he and a friend, Patrick Doran, were harassing multiple vendors on Broadway. Williams punched Conor Patrick Wall in the face, causing him to fall and hit his head. The victim was transported to Vanderbilt, where the attending physician said he may have sustained a brain injury. Williams fled the scene back to his room at the DoubleTree Hotel, where police were called a short time later after he reportedly assaulted his wife, Jenny Moore. She states the two were in an argument, and when she tried to leave the hotel room, he blocked the doorway and struck her in the face. She had a busted lip and was bleeding from the assault, along with a small pool of blood on the bed. During this interaction, police recognized Williams from the earlier incident on Broadway, and he was taken into custody for both incidents.
Police say 47-year-old Patrick Doran walked up to a hot dog vendor on Broadway in downtown Nashville, grabbed a hot dog without paying, took a bit of it, and put it back on the cart. The vendor began to argue with Doran, and other street vendors, who Doran and another man had also been harassing, also became involved. Jacob Phillips attempted to intervene when Doran punched him in the face. Doran and the other man involved in the fight, Elliot Williams, fled the scene. A short time later, police came across them during an unrelated incident at a nearby hotel. He was positively identified by his clothing and British accent.
Metro Nashville Police working the Entertainment District Initiative late Sunday were dispatched to Whiskey Row just after midnight, where security for the venue had detained 29-year-old Jayson Gorski. Officers found Gorski cuffed by security, who stated he had been removed from the bar multiple times for causing disturbances and being disorderly with staff. He continued to sneak back into the building via the back door. Police say Gorski was extremely intoxicated and unable to care for himself, and was charged with public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Police responded to Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row just after 8 p.m. Monday to find 37-year-old Matthew Hinrichs in handcuffs, courtesy of bar security, after he had caused a disturbance at the venue. Officers say he was unable to stand on his own and reeked of alcohol. Hinrichs stated he had been drinking since 4 p.m.
32-year-old Pennsylvania tourist Joshua Rode is free on a $4,000 bond after his night on Broadway went wildly out of control. Officers working the Downtown Entertainment District Initiative noticed Rode stumbling in front of 317 Broadway, extremely intoxicated, and unable to care for himself. They attempted to determine where he was going for the evening and assist him to a rideshare or hotel, however, the tourist became combative and stated “just take me to jail!” With no other options, officers were taking him into custody for public intoxication when Rode suddenly pulled away from the grasp of officers, balled up his fist, and landed a punch square in the face of Lieutenant Benjamin Rodgers
Metro Nashville Police were flagged down by patrons at Losers Bar & Grill on Divison St, where they found 41-year-old Robert “Bobby” Rindhage on the sidewalk with a large amount of blood coming from his head. It was soon discovered he was extremely intoxicated and unable to care for himself. Bar staff stated Rindhage was fighting the bouncers, resulting in his injuries. He also attempted to fight officers when he was told he was under arrest.
39-year-old Hend Gaber says she was upset over her son living with her without having a job, being disrespectful, and not paying any rent or bills. She told police that was the reason she threw a whole dining room chair at him as he sat in the living room. Also the reason she threw a large metal cup at him as he walked from the living room to the bedroom. It was also the reason she then picked up an ironing board and hit him with it as he continued to remain unphased. Police were called to the scene and took her into custody.