Deborah Lumbard booked after speeding down Ashland City Highway at 75mph

30-year-old Deborah Louise Lumbard was speeding near Ashland City Highway and Pecan Valley Road around 2:53 p.m. on May 30th, 2023. Officers observed her going 75 mph in a 55 mph zone, conducted a traffic stop, and cited her for the incident that day. After failing to appear in court or pay the fines, Lumbard was booked on the citation for speeding over 75 mph on April 18th, 2024.

DUI: Monica Hopkins caught driving drunk with gun in reach

45-year-old Monica Mae Hopkins was jailed on April 18th after reports of a woman vomiting in the parking lot outside of her white Jeep in the early hours of April 18th. When NFD responded, Hopkins refused medical treatment. Upon arrival, officers noticed she was still in the driver’s seat of her Jeep, which was running, and as they approached, they saw empty alcoholic beverages and a handgun near her glove compartment.

Hopkins appeared confused when officers asked her what today’s date was, so they prompted her with sobriety tests, which she consented to and performed poorly. Hopkins then admitted to having a few drinks and being intoxicated. Hopkins was transported to Nashville General for clearance and then was taken into custody for driving under the influence, possession of a handgun while under the influence, and an open container violation.

Justin Perry refuses to leave after drunkenly assaulting employee at Nashville Rescue Mission

26-year-old Justin Perry struck Daryel Lawrence, an employee, at the Nashville Rescue Mission around 11:06 a.m. on April 18th. When officers arrived, they located Perry outside with other employees. Then, they spoke with Lawrence, who stated that Perry had been acting very erratic and aggressive toward others since the morning. Lawrence said they advised Perry to leave the property for a day, which he refused. Employees escorted Perry out of the building, but he stayed on the premises. Lawrence provided officers with security cam footage, which showed him exiting the building and talking to Perry. Lawrence then informs Perry he needed to leave, sparking an altercation, where Perry hit him on the left side of his face. Then, the manager at the establishment pulled Lawrence back into the building while other employees hindered Perry from entering. When officers spoke with Perry, he reeked of alcohol and showed numerous signs of impairment. Perry was taken into custody for assault and criminal trespass.

Kimberly Hornbeck drunkenly refused to leave Pucketts at Nashville International Airport

49-year-old Kimberly Hornbeck was involved in an incident at Nashville International Airport on April 17th. When officers arrived on the scene, they spoke with a Southwest Airlines agent who believed Hornbeck was intoxicated and denied her boarding. Hornbeck then walked to Pucketts, a restaurant inside the airport, and refused to get up. When officers got to Pucketts, they made contact with Hornbeck, who stated that she had drunk alcohol at her parent’s home before arriving at the airport. Officers requested Kimberly move to a nonsecure part of the airport so that someone could pick her up. Kimberly then refused to get up from her table at Puckett’s and had difficulty tracking the conversation. Officers then told her she would go to jail if she did not move, to which she replied that she wanted to go to jail. Officers deemed her a danger to herself, and Hornbeck was taken into custody for public intoxication.

DUI: Tiearis Autry crashes car on I-40 West after having shot of Tito’s Vodka at Chili’s

28-year-old Tiearis Autry had a head-on-collision near Exit 216 on I-40 West in the early hours of April 18th. When the police arrived, they noticed Autry standing next to her vehicle, which was facing the wrong direction on the right shoulder before the exit ramp. When officers asked her what happened, she said she had gotten onto the interstate in the wrong direction. Autry then stated she struck another vehicle and was confused about where she was. Autry said she was in downtown Nashville at Chili’s, where she had one shot of Tito’s Vodka about two hours before the crash. Officers noticed a slight alcoholic odor as she tried to provide them with her driver’s credentials, so they asked her to take sobriety tests. Autry consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. Autry then agreed to give a breath sample, which resulted in a 0.141 BAC%, and she was taken into custody for driving under the influence.

Darli Barrios assaults boyfriend after learning he’s been cheating with multiple women

25-year-old Darli Sofia Barrios-Pinto had a domestic altercation with her boyfriend and father of her children, Eleazar Dagobe Morales-Vasquez, at their Hickory Hill Lane residence on April 17th. When officers arrived, they spoke with Morales-Vasquez, who stated he and Darli argued after she found numbers to multiple women and accused him of having an affair. When he admitted to having their numbers, she scratched his neck and chest, so he pushed her away. Darli told officers that she had received several phone calls from different women claiming that Eleazar was having an affair with them. She said he denied it when she confronted him about it, which sparked an argument. She added that she called the police because it was escalating. Darli told officers repeatedly that their dispute never turned physical, but due to Eleazar’s injuries, officers deemed her as the primary aggressor, and she was taken into custody for domestic assault.

Erika Saavedra-Cervantes assaults husband during argument about money he owes her

44-year-old Erika Tatiana Saavedra-Cervantes had a domestic incident with her husband, Fransisco Jose Torres, near Hightail on Eatons Creek Road late April 17th. Upon arrival, officers located and separated the couple to investigate. Torres told the police that he and Saavedra-Cervantes argued over her being on the phone with another male. The argument escalated when she started hitting him in the face with her phone in her hand, leaving broken skin and redness on the left side of his cheek and ear. Officers then spoke with Saavedra-Cervantes, who stated she and Torres argued about money he owed her. During the argument, she stated that Torres began calling her offensive names and slapped her on the side of her face. Officers deemed Saavedra-Cervantes as the primary aggressor, and she was taken into custody for domestic assault on April 18th.

Nia Robinson attacks boyfriend in his TSU dorm after learning he cheated on her

23-year-old Nia Robinson had a domestic incident with her boyfriend, Devin Jackson, in his Ford Apartment unit at Tennessee State University in the early hours of April 15th. Upon arrival, officers met with Jackson, who stated he had Robinson staying the night in his room for the last couple of days. Jackson added that this morning, she had woken him up after looking through his phone, accusing him of cheating. Robinson then started punching him in the chest and face repeatedly. Jackson tried to restrain Robinson from hitting him again, so she bit his arm multiple times and kicked him in the legs. Jackson said one of his roommates had overheard the commotion and had come to check on him, and Jackson had his roommate grab his phone from Robinson.

Then, Jackson released Robinson, and she threw his PlayStation controller at his Flatscreen TV, causing it to break. After breaking his TV, she also grabbed his Apple MacBook and destroyed it. Robinson then walked out, during which she slammed the bedroom door, damaging the door frame. She called someone to pick her up and stepped outside, where Jackson’s roommates followed to ensure she did not vandalize his vehicle. Once Robinson left, Jackson realized his car keys, apartment keys, and TSU student ID were missing. He alerted the authorities shortly after. Robinson was taken into custody for theft, vandalism, and domestic assault on April 17th.

Stanley Overfield harrasses apartment manager about breaking his lease

27-year-old Stanley Eugene Overfield was booked on a citation for harassment . On February 26th, Keosha Antionette Churchwell, the apartment manager at the South 5th Street apartments, called the police, stating that Overfield was upset about being unable to get out of his lease and came up there four times to make complaints about the building’s conditions. She told him to communicate through email and to stop coming up to the office and harassing her. Churchwell said when she went outside to the callbox, Overfield confronted her about not talking with him, which made her uncomfortable about walking past him. Christopher Woolford, a witness, came over and escorted her back inside. Overfield was then cited for the incident on April 15th.

Gabriela Zaldivar Bu booked after stealing beauty products at Target

31-year-old Gabriella Zaldivar Bu was booked on the citation for theft on April 15th. On March 30th, officers were dispatched to Target on Old Hickory Boulevard, where they spoke with Wesley Barrett, a Target employee. Barrett advised officers that Zaldivar Bu entered the store, walked to the beauty section, grabbed two items, put them in her purse, and tried to leave without paying. Barrett stated that Zaldivar Bu was then detained until officers arrived. Zaldivar Bu was issued a citation for the incident that day. After failing to appear in court or pay the fines, Zaldivar Bu was booked on the citation of theft on April 15th.