21-year-old Denzel Washington was charged with driving under the influence when an attendent told officers he hit a gas pump twice and he claimed he got “just a little too close.” He also declared “I hope it’s all out of my system” before a blood draw.
21-year-old Jameiko Shaw was charged with assault on an officer, disorderly conduct, and public intoxication after she was reported for causing a scene and making suicidal statements over the phone to her friend. She then punched and kicked an officer while trying to detain her to get her medical attention.
28-year-old Malcolm Seay was charged with possession of marijuana, driving with a suspended license, and evading arrest after he was pulled over for speeding. He was found to have a suspended license and to be in possession of marijuana stashed away in his car radio.
22-year-old Deshon Webb was charged with a felon in possession of a handgun and vandalism of his girlfriend’s apartment during a domestic dispute in East Nashville involving a cell phone and a wig.
26-year-old Samantha Lamagna was charged with assaulting her boyfriend in downtown Nashville in front of police officers.
19-year-old Skyler Whitefield-Brewner was charged with domestic assault when he threw a can that hit a 13-year-old girl and then threatened to kill her father. The incident began because the father felt Skyler was invading people’s privacy.
25-year-old Michael Oak was charged with implied consent and driving under the influence when he was involved in a vehicle collision on Nolensville Pike. He could not tell officers what road he was on but denied drinking and refused a breathalyzer.
53-year-old Nancy Mayernik was charged with domestic assault when she and her husband were in a verbal confrontation that escalated when she threw a cup of scalding coffee at him. He also smashed her head with a mug.
29-year-old Matthew Gammons was charged with filing false reports when he called the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to report himself for child rape. He used the identity Jason Ketchup from Texas.
Nashville Realtor Bethany McGowan is charged with harassment ( to cause distress, intimidate, or frighten) after texting her boyfriend specific threats – details of which are included in the story.