42-year-old Crystal Caponigro is charged with criminal trespass after Metro Police coaxed her out of a locked bathroom inside of Nashville Fire Station #9 in downtown Nashville at around 1 a.m.
58-year-old retired MNPD Sergeant Daniel Ogren was arrested Monday and charged with DUI and handgun possession while under the influence. Police found him relieving himself on the side of the road across from the Airways Motel, where he had just crashed a car into the curb. He blew a .245, had a .44 magnum handgun in the backseat, and an empty 5-liter Moscato wine box in the front seat – all before 10 a.m.
39-year-old Nashville realtor Tawntane Yates is free on a $10,000 bond after her husband had to lock himself in a car in their driveway to stay safe until police arrived, after she came at him with scissors, attempting to stab him.
Seth Mills is charged with two counts of criminal impersonation of a law enforcement officer, after Metro Police discovered he wasn’t really a cop at all, despite using that claim to be hired as an off-duty officer at Walmart. This was discovered as the real police were called as he fought a shoplifter on Monday.
Jeremiah Plum, 33, was arrested on the charges of public intoxication and theft of services on November 24th, unable to pay his $126 tab at Kid Rock Bar. 7 days later, he remains jailed in lieu of a $1,100 bond.
Breanna Baskin & Romello Bell, both 23, were arrested Tuesday after police found 5 pounds of marijuana and 58 grams of cocaine in an Antioch apartment.
30-year-old Kaefono Antonio Smalls was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail early Friday morning on an outstanding citation for prostitution.
30-year-old Richard Garton had a Glock 19 holstered on his hip and a Glock 26 in his front pocket, each with one round in the chamber, as he admitted to drinking a half-bottle of vodka when police found him crashed on Harding Pike near West End. He told police: “F-ck this, I’m drunk”.
Metro Police say 29-year-old Zachary Tamburin approached them downtown in the early hours of Sunday morning, swaying, slurring, and not making any sense with his words. They took care of him, gave him a ride to jail, and charged him with public intoxication.
When 26-year-old Dylan Myles went to the Clubhouse Bar in Madison Wednesday night with a fake $100 bill, he thought his plans were set. All that changed when the bartender caught the funny money, and he was arrested for the theft of the 2 beers he had no other way to pay for.