37-year-old Jeremy Heavener was involved in a large brawl in front of Nudie’s Honky Tonk in the early hours of Saturday morning on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Police responded to the fight/shots fired call to find multiple people involved in fights. Heavener was observed fighting and being disorderly when officers arrived on the scene.
21-year-old Shane Clark is charged with vandalism after he smashed the phone of his girlfriend, Kamirah Thomas, on the side of the road. Police responded to multiple 911 calls from both individuals just after 9 a.m. at the intersection of Bell Grimes Lane and Devonshire Drive. Inside the car was the victim, and Shane Clark was sitting on the side of the road covering his face, which was in tears. He had been maced. She was reportedly attempting to make him leave the residence and he took her phone and walked away. She followed him in her car to attempt to get her phone back. He tried to get into her car, at which point she maced him. He then smashed her phone on the side of the road.
Metro Nashville Police Officer Robert Kerpka & Sgt. Travis Zander were both working the Midtown area of the Entertainment District Initiative Saturday when they observed 33-year-old Kenneth Steel attempting to get into the driver’s seat of his own car while stumbling and obviously intoxicated. The officers approached Steele and told him he was too drunk to drive and that he should find another way home. They tried to convince him to get an Uber, and even went as far as speaking to his father via phone in an attempt to convince him. He continued to restate he was able to drive. Unable to let him drive away or leave him there, he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
23-year-old Branson Beers was warned by officers working downtown to stop causing disturbances with other members of the public, including individuals who were removing trash from the bars just before 2 a.m. Despite several warnings, police found him beating on the car window of one of the workers, attempting to fight him. Both he and his co-defendant, Isaac Hope, were taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct.
Police say 34-year-old Daniel Gann entered TriStar Skyline Medical Center in 2017 when he was 30 years old and walked into the room of a 55-year-old disabled patient, shutting the door behind him. Neither man knew the other, and he asked the man in the hospital bed his name and confirmed he was Parker Phillips. He told the man to get up out of the bed and then began to punch him in the face as he raised up, knocking him to the floor. The victim fought his way to the door, at which time a nurse heard his calls for help. It was later learned that Daniel was the nephew of the man’s ex-girlfriend. Daniel Gann was given a state citation for assault, for which he never appeared. 4 years, 3 months, and 7 days later he was booked into custody on the charge.
Police say Dakota Cummingham and Alex Morton Oneal admit to driving by a car meet of “street racers” on February 4th and holding a pair of rubber testicles toward the people in the crowd while yelling “this meet sucks” and “suck my truck nuts”. They say a red Camero pulled up to them and three males exited the car with guns pointed at them while the driver of the Camero pulled a handgun and chambered a round while telling them they were going to die that day. Police located the vehicle, with the driver, 20-year-old Tyler Cobb, still inside, two blocks away and took him into custody. Cobb also had an outstanding warrant from two weeks prior when he vandalized a car that stopped to take photos of him doing donuts in the middle of the roadway.
23-year-old Bricen Bunt told police he had just left Play Dance Bar, where he had drank a tequila shot, a Long Island Tea, and a vodka/Redbull, when he crashed his car into another vehicle on I-24 while driving to Murfreesboro in the early hours of Saturday morning. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, Bunt blew a 0.134 % BAC on a breathalyzer. He is free on pre-trial release.
24-year-old Chris Dye was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Wednesday on an outstanding warrant from Novembercharging him with domestic assault with bodily injury. His girlfriend, Courtney Steck, told police they went out to the W Hotel with friends, and as they were leaving she was putting up her hair and he became enraged, pulling her hair, slapping, and punching her.
Police noticed her damaged phone, which Dye also reportedly tossed along with her wallet. Once back at her apartment she says he punched her in the face, damaged her glasses, and pushed her into a wall. Dye is free on a $1,000 bond.
25-year-old Anna Bea Major was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Wednesday night after she crashed her vehicle in downtown Nashville. When officers arrived on scene, she told them the cause of the wreck was because of an argument with her roommate. A breathalyzer determined that was a lie. She blew over double the legal limit, a .182 % BAC at booking. She is free on pre-trial release.
In 2019 Major was arrested after leaving the Exit Inn, where she was a bartender and was in a crash on the interstate in which she hit a wall and fled the scene. During that incident, she admitted to drinking prior to driving, and officers located marijuana and cocaine on her person incident to arrest.
19-year-old George Ayman Sourial, of Murfreesboro, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Saturday after police were dispatched to a burglary call on Edith Avenue. Inside the residence, police found Sourial, who had opened a locked side gate and kicked open the rear door before coming inside and making himself at home. The actual resident of the home did not know who Sourial was, or why he was there. Sourial was charged with aggravated criminal trespass and is free on a $1,000 bond.