37-year-old David Waters was charged with reckless endangerment and vandalism when his wife told authorities she was taking him to get some food and he attempted to exit the moving vehicle, then yanked the wheel causing them to crash.
59-year-old Donald Bennett was charged with public intoxication, assault of a health care provider and disorderly conduct after being observed in a brawl outside the Parthenon Towers Apartments. Bennett later kicked a Nashville Fire Department medic upon examination, per report.
39-year-old Erin Rudolph Walton was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after she drove into her boyfriend’s ex-wife with her 10-year-old son in the vehicle.
64-year-old Craig Kitch was charged with driving under the influence after having his vehicle become stuck in a Bellevue homeowner’s driveway. Kitch would later confess to consuming two vodka and tonic drinks before operating his vehicle.
55-year-old Denyce Jones was charged with resisting arrest and a violation of her conditional release after a domestic disturbance in an apartment. Jones’ violation stems from reportedly attempting to stab her husband when coming home from church back in December.
33-year-old Tara Jordan was charged with DUI, implied consent, and driving on a suspended license after she was found unresponsive in her car with a passenger stating that she took her medication to help with addiction and drank a mixed drink.
53-year-old Sharyn Wells and 29-year-old Mark Yurt were charged with child neglect and unlawful possession of a controlled substance after the couple overdosed in Mapco while their 13-year-old son was waiting in the car.
23-year-old Angelina Puryear was charged with inhaling or possessing to inhale fumes and theft of merchandise after she was found huffing an air duster in a Target bathroom on Lebanon Pike.
Benjamin Seth Powers has resigned from the Nashville Fire Department amid the publication of underage sex allegations from court records. He has since requested that the court suspend his child support payments since he no longer has any income. More recently, he is accused of running a vehicle off the road with a neighborhood child inside it, and now the U.S. Army Reserve has launched an investigation into his actions.
A judge has ordered a psychosexual evaluation of Nashville firefighter Benjamin Seth Powers to be sealed, citing it to be too embarrassing for public consumption. Related court documents detail a female who says Power began a sustained sexual relationship with her when she was 15 and continued as he snuck her into a fire hall for frequent rendezvous.