31-year-old Devordrick Prewitt was standing outside his vehicle in the drive-thru lane of a Mcdonald’s when police arrived Sunday. He was yelling at an employee through the window and banging on the glass. He refused to leave and spit on the window in anger. He refused to stop or leave the property and was taken into custody by police.
29-year-old Kiara Littlejohn was charged with vandalism and domestic assault after police say she threw a remote at her child’s father’s TV and cracked it during an argument, then after she was arrested and released she showed up at his job, yelled at him, and punched him in the face twice.
23-year-old Roberto Cerda was charged with disorderly conduct, two counts of vandalism, and evading arrest after he attempted to smash a McDonald’s window with a rock while police ordered him to stop.
27-year-old Preston Jass was charged with possession of heroin, clonazepam, and alprazolam after officers identified him to have an active warrant and searched his person.
47-year-old Toriando Mason was charged with assault when he threatened a woman and her daughter in a Wendy’s parking lot stating “I’m going to cut your head off” while police officers were present.
32-year-old William Swift was charged with DUI after he demolished a McDonald’s drive-thru menu and speaker with his Ford and insisted to police that his debit card was his ID.
34-year-old Michelle Northcutt was charged with her second DUI when she backed her vehicle into someone else’s in a McDonald’s parking lot with her 15-month-old daughter was in the car and later admitted to police that she took Xanax and smoked marijuana.
28-year-old Kedan Desvignes was charged with assault, evading arrest, and contraband in a penal facility after he allegedly open hand slapped his girlfriend in the mouth and busted her lip for telling him to shut up and then ran from police.
35-year-old Sigrid Boyer was charged with domestic assault after an argument over a pair of socks turned physical.
50-year-old Nashville Lawyer Benjamin Ashley Hodges was found in a South Nashville drive-thru just after 2:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, according to police. He was reportedly in a Toyota Yaris, hanging out of the driver’s side window yelling at the vehicle behind him in line. He would eventually blow a .226 on a breath test.