Monica Hoffmeyer, from Cookeville, was found passed out in a downtown parking garage, and when medics took her to the hospital, she earned a disorderly conduct charge, in addition to public intoxication, after she caused a scene and tried to flee on foot.
Metro Police found 25-year-old Trevon Miles asleep behind the wheel of his vehicle at 227 Shelby Avenue, his foot on the gas, Jim Beam in the cup holder, and the engine revving while he slept.
47-year-old Rebecca Hayes and her boyfriend were staying at the Best Western Music Row Thursday when an argument turned physical. During the argument, she bit off a piece of his ear, which was recovered, and he was transported to Vanderbilt due to his injuries.
Metro Nashville Police charged 55-year-old John Steverson with aggravated misuse of 911 Wednesday, after he called Nashville’s 911 system over two dozen times, asking when officers were coming to kill him.
25-year-old Johnathan Dillon York and 23-year-old Barrie Denise Nash both remain in a Nashville jail Saturday, after police found the pair in a vehicle with a handgun and drugs, including Xanax, Hydrocodone, Heroin, Suboxone, and methamphetamine.
24-year-old Joshua Stone is charged with domestic assault, after police say he ‘took a female to the ground’ when she unplugged his PlayStation.
Metro Police, along with postal inspectors from the USPS, intercepted a package of 3.61 pounds of black tar heroin in route to an Antioch home on Friday, and conducted a controlled delivery to the Griggs Place address. Henry Enriquez, 23, free on a $75,000 bond.
Twaski Adams, 37, was staying in room 2069 of the Sheraton Music City Hotel when detectives executed a narcotics related search warrant on Friday that resulted in the seizure of approximately 85 pounds of marijuana.
Hotel staff advised Joel Boyers had caused a disruption at the bar, after he made several high dollar tips totaling $22,000, causing waitresses to compete to serve him. He was arrested for public intoxication and carrying a firearm in a bar. He is free on pre-trial release.
Dear Nashville, there is a hard and fast rule that’s easy to follow: don’t volunteer information to the police, and don’t sign a search consent form for them to search your home without a warrant.