DUI: Charles Young dazed and confused after crash on I-65 Sunday

Police say 24-year-old Charles Young of Oklahoma was either asleep or unconscious when they located him crashed out in a woodline along I-65 N at mile marker 75 in the early hours of Sunday morning. He reportedly reeked of alcohol as they assisted him from the driver’s seat of the white SUV. When asked where he was going, he stated, “to Franklin.” When asked where he was coming from, he stated, “8000 Mabel”, which is a street in Franklin. When asked if he had any alcohol to drink, he stated, “8000 Mabel.” When asked how many drinks he had tonight, he finally requested a lawyer, which was also his response when asked to conduct field sobriety tests and take a breathalyzer or blood test.

Tourist Wyatt Whitlock tosses large metal chair from Jason Aldean’s rooftop bar, striking woman below

21-year-old Wyatt Thomas Whitlock, of Newalla, OK, threw a large metal chair from the third story of Jason Aldean’s rooftop bar on Saturday, sticking a female in the head, who was on the sidewalk below. The victim, Madison Ferguson, suffered a severe laceration requiring medical treatment. Police located Whitlock, who was heavily intoxicated, and he stated he did it “by accident”. He is charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

19-year-old & intoxicated at Rippy’s on Broadway — Christian Ham arrested

19-year-old Christian Clayton Ham, from Oklahoma, posted photos of him drinking at Nashville bars on social media this weekend, with his family. Late Saturday night, he was at Rippy’s on Broadway when venue security was attempting to get him to leave, but he didn’t want to go. He is charged with public intoxication and underage drinking.

Woman punches husband and threatens him with a knife, says “n***** you are going to jail”

35-year-old Nicole Hisle was charged with aggravated assault when she punched her husband in the nose, slapped him, then grabbed a knife and threatened him saying “I’m going to tell police you hit me and n***** you are going to jail”.