DUI: Jovani Gonzalez blows .262% BAC after being found passed out drunk in his car

28-year-old Jovani Gonzalez was found sleeping in his car at the Chase Bank parking lot late on April 28th. When officers arrived, they found Gonzalez asleep in his vehicle with the keys in the ignition and the vehicle in drive. Officers could not wake him even after numerous attempts, so paramedics were contacted. A paramedic was able to put the car in park and wake Gonzalez with a sternum rub. Officers then made contact with Gonzalez and noticed a strong smell of alcohol coming from his person. While speaking to Gonzalez, officers saw a closed 750ml bottle of 1800 Tequila on the passenger side floor, along with another empty beer bottle. According to officers, about 15 empty beer bottles were in the truck bed. When asked how much alcohol he had consumed, Gonzalez stated, “Three to four beers,” leading to the request for some field sobriety tests. Gonzalez consented to the sobriety tests but ended up performing poorly. Gonzalez performed a breathalyzer test with the final result being a .262% BAC. Gonzalez was asked for his driver’s license but told officers that he didn’t have one or any other form of identification. Jovani Gonzalez was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence, driving without a driver’s license, and possessing an open alcohol container.

Matthew Harmon goes to Walmart to get food despite being banned for stealing

40-year-old Matthew Harmon was taken into custody for burglary on April 6th. Officers were dispatched to Walmart on Nolensville Pike and spoke with Loss Prevention employees, who advised them that Harmon had been banned from the location in March. Harmon stole about $100 worth of merchandise from the store. Harmon told the police he knew he was not supposed to be there, adding he was there to get food. After officers investigated, he was detained for the incident.

DUI: Gelilla Lakew blows 0.206% BAC after hitting parked car in Camaro

25-year-old Gelilla Lakew drove her yellow Camaro into a parked vehicle at a Blairfield Drive residence late March 3rd. When detectives responded to the scene, they spoke with the owners of the parked car, who advised them that the driver fled after the collision. Officers located the Camaro in the middle of the road with heavy front-end damage and red paint transfer, matching the parked vehicle. Several witnesses told them that a black female wearing all black, later identified as Lakew, stumbled away from the car as she left. Detectives investigated and discovered the registered owner resided at a nearby Blairfield Drive address. Officers went to the address to conduct a knock-and-talk. Lakew’s mother answered the door and told officers that her daughter was driving the Camaro and that she left it in the middle of the road because it would not drive any further. When they went to speak with Gelilla, she was wearing all black like the description witnesses provided and told officers she was driving home from work but did not remember crashing. Officers noticed she was visibly intoxicated and asked for her to take sobriety tests, which she consented to and performed poorly. Lakew was explained implied consent and agreed to provide a breath sample, which resulted in 0.206 BAC%. Lakew was taken into custody for driving under the influence and leaving the scene of an accident.

Brittany Hart crashes car after 5-7 shots of Hennessy

34-year-old Brittany Hart was booked on January 13th after crashing on I-24 at exit 59. Officers observed Ms. Hart stumble out of her car. They smelled alcohol coming from her breath as she advised that she hit her head on the steering wheel. She threw up in the road several times and admitted that she drank too much at a nightclub. Ms. Hart advised that she had 5-7 shots of Hennessy before driving home. The officers did not perform sobriety tests due to Ms. Hart hitting her head. She was then transported to Century Farms to be cleared prior to booking and for a blood draw

Fort Campbell Soldier Christopher Jackson assaults security guard at Jason Aldean’s Rooftop Bar

21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Christopher Jackson had a scuffle with a security guard, Travis McMullen, at Jason Aldean’s Kitchen and Rooftop Bar in the early hours of January 1st. Officers observed Jackson hit him, but McMullen was not injured and advised officers that he wanted to prosecute for the assault. During the investigation, a firearm fell from Jackson’s waistband, prompting Jackson to admit he had consumed alcohol. Jackson was taken into custody for assault and being in possession of a weapon while under the influence.

DUI: Franklin Chavez rear ends car who didn’t go at green light

34-year-old Franklin Chavez purposely hit a car when it didn’t move at the green light Saturday night. Officers responded to Hickory Boulevard and Cedarmont Drive, where the accident occurred. Heba Dhea had already been transported to the hospital. There was a strong odor of alcohol coming from his vehicle and his breath as he explained that “the light was green, and the car didn’t move, so I hit him.” He performed poorly on sobriety tests, refusing to complete some because he couldn’t keep his balance. There were no open containers of alcohol, but Chavez admitted to drinking and was taken into custody.

David Johnson goes bananas over fruit stand, destroys man’s way of making a living

48-year-old David Johnson told police he didn’t like that Diego Jimenez had a fruit stand in a public area near his property on Antioch Pike. Late Sunday night, Johnson parked his vehicle next to the fruit vendor’s stand and began to throw and destroy all of the fruit from the canopied cart. He then picked up the table and canopy and flipped them over, destroying the entire fruit stand and all of the product, which was estimated to be $3,000 in damages. Due to the felony amount of the vandalism, Johnson was taken into custody and transported to booking.