39-year-old Brian Siegman was so sauced by the time he was being booked at the Metro Nashville Jail Saturday night that the process had to be stopped and restarted a few times as he was too intoxicated to stay away and continued to fall back asleep while being processed. Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative initially came into contact with Sigeman at 11 p.m. on Broadway as he was extremely intoxicated and unable to care for himself. As medics were also attending to him, Siegman began to yell obscenities to first responders, causing a scene on the busy street.
Metro Nashville Police responded to Claiborne Street Thursday, where Eugene McClain advised he was sleeping on the living room couch around 3:30 a.m. when his girlfriend, 66-year-old Marie Cunningham, attempted to wake him up by striking him twice in the arm with a metal walking cane while saying, “You ain’t sleep!” Officers documented bruising on his arm, consistent with being assaulted with a cane. Ms. Cunningham denies that any assault took place. A cane was located inside the home and seized as evidence. It is unknown if they patched up their relationship since she bonded out.
20-year-old Robert Mitchell Hurwitz is charged with strangling Jacob Cox at Jason Aldean’s bar in downtown Nashville Sunday. Police ordered him to stop, but he continued the assault as they approached. Police to Hurwitz, who is visiting from Florida, into custody and transported him to booking.
27-year-old Jasmine Parker was charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest at a Sudden Service for causing a scene when staff allowed her to charge her phone inside and then refused to leave when asked.