MNPD Officer Megan Arnett made a second arrest of an intoxicated person at the Titans’ game Sunday… 31-year-old Taylor Denney was reportedly causing a scene inside the stadium, having trouble standing on his own, and refused to leave on his own, so she took him into custody and charged him with #PublicIntoxication. Denney was also flagged to serve the full eight-hour hold before being released.
24-year-old Jacob Elders was charged with #PublicIntoxication Sunday at the Titans’ game by MNPD Officer Megan Arnett, after she determined he was too drunk to take care of himself, and she says his ‘associates’ refused to be responsible for him. He spent the full 8-hour intoxication hold in jail before being released.
27-year-old Justin Oakley was charged with #DUI Sunday after crashing his vehicle in the parking lot of Nissan Stadium after the game. He admitted to consuming “4 shots of Bacardi” from a bottle found in the vehicle. He consented to a breathalyzer, on which he blew a 0.257 BAC, more than 3 times the legal limit in Tennessee. Oakley, from Hermitage, is free on pre-trial release, spending less than 3 hours in jail.
32-year-old Joshua Barton was charged with two counts of burglary after he unlawfully entered Nissan Stadium and a month later entered a McDonald’s, walked behind the counter, and threatened an employee after being told the dining room was closed.
27-year-old Christopher Goodly was charged with resisting arrest, evading on a motor vehicle, reckless driving, and having no license after two bicycle officers tracked and attempted to stop him at least three times within a day.
19-year-olds Seth Pickering, of Indiana, and Joshua Meek, of Michigan, are charged with felony burglary after police say they jumped a fence and made their way into the Titan’s Nissan Stadium, made their way down the tunnel into the player’s locker room, and took a 20 bottle of Gatorade from a cooler.
Multiple female employees of Legends Hospitality, who provide services for Nissan Stadium during Titans games, have now come forward and filed lawsuits, alleging that law enforcement officers held them captive while they were stripped, and sometimes sexually assaulted, after Titans games near the ‘money room’, located with the bowels of the stadium. One of the victims filed a lawsuit in Nashville’s circuit court under a pseudonym to protect her privacy, another filed just three weeks ago in federal U.S. District Court alleging civil rights violations, and Scoop: Nashville has been in…
In a lawsuit filed last week in Davidson County Circuit Court, a woman says she was stripped searched and forcibly double-cavity searched against her will at the direction of an off-duty THP officer, while working at Tennessee Titan’s game.