Graycen Carter charged in assault of his girlfriend inside North Nashville apartment

23-year-old Graycen Carter is charged with the domestic assault and bodily injury of his girlfriend, Taylor Guarino, at his Nashville apartment Friday night. Police observed a video that reportedly shows Carter pushing her, which he says was “only to get her out of my room.” However, police also responded to a fight between the couple on the day prior, but only separated the parties for the night instead of making an arrest. The victim had bruising from the assault and says she was only trying to gather her clothes so she could return to New York after her visit.

Guman Gezici booted from Honky Tonk Central after reportedly groping women

Security at Honky Tonk Central says they were notified that 32-year-old Guman Gezici had been groping women at the bar, and he was asked to leave the property. Once outside, he continued to attempt to re-enter the venue, and police became involved and asked him to leave the area. As he again attempted to go back inside Honky Tonk Central, he was taken into custody, at which time he pulled away and resisted arrest.

Ryan Whalen & his brother, from New York, charged after brawl at Broadway Bar

Bouncers say 25-year-old Ryan Whalen started a fight at Jason Aldean’s Bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville on Saturday night which resulted in a man’s ankle being broken. His brother, Brendan Whalen, was also involved in that fight. The two were removed from the bar and told not to return. Security Manager Joshua Lynch says a few hours later the brothers, who were visiting from New York, returned to the bar and Ryan once again started another fight. They were both detained by security and charged with criminal trespass.

New Yorker Brendan Whalen & brother kicked out of Broadway Bar & jailed when they return

22-year-old Brendan Whalen and his brother, Ryan Whalen, were both jailed on criminal trespass charges this weekend at Jason Aldean’s Bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville after they were involved in a fight that left a man with a broken ankle and were kicked out of the bar. Despite warning to not return to the venue, just hours later they were back inside and quickly noticed by security manager Joshua Lynch as they caused yet another disturbance. The two New Yorkers were detained until police arrived, and charged with criminal trespass.

New York man determined to party at Nudie’s Honky Tonk — Matthew Cebulski arrested

22-year-old Matthew Cebulski was determined to keep the party going at Nudie’s Honky Tonk on Broadway in downtown Nashville Tuesday night, despite being kicked out of the venue. Bouncers at the location say Cebulsk was causing a disturbance, so they escorted him out the back door and advised him he was no longer welcome on the property. Matt Cebulski then walked around the building and back inside through the front door. He was once again escorted outside but remained undeterred. He then attempted to climb through the front window of the establishment and reportedly spit on a bouncer who dared to attempt to stop him.

NY Tourist Robert Mason screams “This is America!” before assaulting MNPD Officers: pre-trial release

22-year-old Robert Mason, of New York, is charged with the assault of two Metro Nashville Police Officers, disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and resisting arrest after employees flagged down police for assistance as he was being kicked out of Scoreboard Bar & Grill. Refusing to let officers call a friend to help him leave on his own, he clenched his fists, took a fighting stance, and screamed “THIS IS AMERICA!”. Officers tackled him as he began to resist arrest. He Grabbed Officer Joshua McGarvey’s ring finger while twisting and clenching it, which caused an injury to his finger and a hyperextended knee from the fight. He also caused scratch injuries to Officer Snyder from his fingernails.

Justin Dean Hanning-Franklin charged with assault of bouncer at downtown Nashville bar

33-year-old Justin Hanning-Franklin was being escorted out of 305 Broadway in downtown Nashville due to his extreme level of intoxication when he began to fight with staff and attempted to punch one of the guards. He was wrestled to the ground by security and was outside the bar when police arrived. He is charged with public intoxication and the assault of Donovan Scott McManus.

New York man kicked out of The Capitol Hotel in downtown Nashville — Jaime Idrovo

Metro Police responded to the Capitol Hotel in downtown Nashville early Monday morning after 31-year-old Jaime Idrovo was in some sort of disturbance with another guest. Due to all of the commotion in the middle of the night, hotel management asked Idrovo to leave the hotel, but he refused, stating he was going back to sleep. After management asked him a second time, with police present, and he still refused, he was charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct, and transported to booking.

A Family visited a Nashville AirBNB and packed their racism and domestic violence for the trip

53-year-old Willard Norton, and his 49-year-old girlfriend, Kentucky Marie Slack, are in Nashville this week, along with her daughter, and they certainly didn’t ready the hospitality handbook before their arrival. By 1 a.m. Thursday. Williard ended up in custody after he danced around Metro Nashville Police Officers screaming yelling “Su-Weeeee”, calling them “pigs”, and asking them to “beat me like a N—-r”.

The entire reason police were even called to the Airbnb was to arrest his girlfriend after she came back from a downtown bar drunk and admittedly punched her daughter in the face.

Couple jailed after 3AM Broadway brawl — Michelle Stephey & David Russell

Police say 31-year-old Michelle Lynn Stephey & 30-year-old David Reese Russell were brawling on Broadway in downtown Nashville just before 3 a.m. this weekend, both with visible injuries. Each gave different drunken stories, and police were unable to determine who was the primary aggressor, so both were booked for public intoxication, avoiding any more serious charges while on their trip to Nashville. #VisitMusicCity