Catholic High School President J. Marshall Hyzdu jailed after harassing women in Nashville bar

45-year-old Catholic school president James Marshall Hyzdu was jailed in Nashville Saturday after reportedly following women around a Nashville bar, making them feel uncomfortable. Security at The Twelve Thirty Club says Hyzdu came into the bar and began to follow women around, making them uncomfortable and annoyed with the behavior. Hyzdu was escorted out of the location, only to return and continue the behavior. According to security, he was escorted out of the building six times and continued to return, even changing his clothing once to change his appearance. He was eventually detained until Metro Nashville Police arrived and took him into custody. They noted his extreme level of intoxication and had no one to contact to retrieve him or assist him back to his hotel. J. Marshall Hyzdu is the President of Archbishop Moeller High School, an all-boys Catholic school in Cincinnati, OH.

Toledo Tourist Antonio Cervantes swings at police after brawl at Kid Rock’s bar

25-year-old Antonio Robert Cervantes was involved in a fight at Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk on November 26th. Officers arrived, witnessed multiple individuals fighting, and tried to place Cervantes in handcuffs as they attempted to break up the fight. He began to run southbound on 3rd Avenue and tried to swing at officers as they were able to grab control of him and place him in custody. Cervantes was visibly intoxicated and determined a danger to himself, so he was charged with public intoxication, assault on an officer, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct.

Tourist Jeremiah Campbell punches wall & “bucks up” to hospital staff

34-year-old Jeremiah Campbell bucked up to nurses and Centennial Hospital security in the late hours of August 6th. Police arrived and said Jeremiah was calm but spoke to an off-duty officer, Officer Evans, who was working security there that night. He said that Jeremiah was upset that he was not released yet, attempted to leave, bucked up to nurses, and bucked up to him. He said that he balled up his fists but never threw a punch, and when Officer Evans attempted to detain him, Jeremiah fell to the floor himself. Jeremiah was arrested and transported to booking, where he told police that he did not want to be treated, touched, or interrogated by the hospital staff. He asked the officer how he could be arrested based solely on hearsay since the officer did not watch him be disorderly. After repeatedly saying that his arrest was based on hearsay, he said that the officer was only arresting him for money and that he needed to let him go. He accused him of not caring for Jeremiah’s well-being or the well-being of the patients.

VIDEO: Tourist Sarah Crowe charged with assaulting man for filming in downtown Nashville

22-year-old Sarah Elizabeth Crowe was booked on July 25th after police were flagged down just outside Johnny Cash’s Bar on 3rd Ave. They noticed a crowd forming and arguing, and then they witnessed Sarah punching a man in the face several times. She was pulled away from the victim, Ryan Fisher, and placed into handcuffs to stop her from fighting. Sarah told the police her friend was bleeding from their face when she decided to help. At this time, she saw Ryan recording it all on his phone, and she insisted that he stop; he continued to record, and that’s when she engaged him. Police say that Ryan had visible injuries after Sarah had punched him in the face several times. She also told police that she was drinking alcohol before the event, and police stated that she smelled of alcohol.

Ohio Tourist Ezra Jane Twardzik charged with underage alcohol possession at CMA Fest

20-year-old Ezra Jane Twardzik of Ohio was booked this week on a citation charging her with underage possession of alcohol. TABC agents were conducting an observation operation at Nissan Stadium during CMA Fest and observed her in possession of a 12oz can of Busch Light beer. She was issued a citation and was booked this week.

Nick Willhoite charged with daytime DUI in downtown Nashville after crash

Officers responded to a vehicle with front-end damage and a flat tire parked on 2nd Ave in the middle of downtown just after 3 p.m. Friday. Behind the wheel was 24-year-old Nicholas Willhoite, who told police he had just gone inside to use the restroom and when he came out, someone had crashed into his vehicle. Willhoite reeked of alcohol and was visibly intoxicated. A security guard observed that Willhoite parked the vehicle and got in and out several times before the police arrived, but the damage was already done to the vehicle when it parked it in the roadway. Willhoite eventually admitted to drinking a vodka/Redbull an hour prior to driving. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and later blew a 0.155% BAC on a breathalyzer.

Tourist Joe Meehan deemed too drunk for downtown Nashville

27-year-old Joe Meehan was jailed after being so drunk on Broadway that when officers told him to throw his beer away, he poured it out and threw the can on the ground in front of them. Officers were flagged down by bouncers at Jason Aldean’s Bar after Meehan refused to leave. When the officers arrived on the scene, Meehan walked outside the bar but would not leave the area. He smelled of alcohol, had bloodshot eyes, and was unsteady on his feet. He was too drunk to tell officers if he was with anyone or where he was staying. Meehan was holding an open beer while he was speaking with officers outside of the bar. When the police told him he needed to throw it away. He emptied it and threw the can on the ground. He was then taken into custody.

Ohio tourist Stacey Garman — drunk and disorderly in downtown Nashville

Metro Nashville Police say 51-year-old Stacey Camron Garman was drunkenly beating on the cars of strangers during his trip to Nashville from Ohio. Officers arrived at the scene and located Garman sitting on a nearby bench, bleeding from his head. He was obviously intoxicated and unable to care for himself. He was unable to locate his cell phone to call for a ride, and his wife, Lena Garman, was unable to be reached. After he was unable to tell officers which hotel he was staying at, Garman was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.

Ohio’s Thomas Gattuso assaults downtown Hilton employees with glass plate & metal spatula

Armed with a glass dinner plate and a metal spatula, 21-year-old Thomas Gattuso walked into the kitchen of the Hilton Hotel in downtown Nashville as the staff was wrapping up for the night and attempted to start a fight that even Gordon Ramsay would be impressed by. Gattuso entered the hotel, where he was not a guest, and became aggressive with the kitchen staff. As one of them called security, Gattuso threw his glass dinner plate and struck one of the employees in the back of the head. The employee had to be transported to the hospital due to his injuries. He then used the metal spatula to attempt to make contact with another employee’s head. Hotel security detained Gattuso until police arrived, and described him as “out of it” and “very intoxicated.”

Tourist Cody Allen Stout wouldn’t stop asking strangers for drugs in downtown bar #GotDrugs?

28-year-old Cody Allen Stout, who visited Nashville from Ohio this weekend, was determined to find more than alcohol when he visited Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar early Saturday evening around dinner time. Security at the location says he annoyed both staff and other patrons while attempting to purchase drugs, asking everyone if they had any drugs available to sell him. He refused to leave when asked, and Metro Nashville Police took him into custody for criminal trespass.