28-year-old Colorado tourist Mckenna Babe Reilly was crossing the road at 3rd & Broadway in the crosswalk when officers observed her punch a man in the face. She was immediately detained and was visibly extremely intoxicated. As the victim didn’t wish to prosecute for the assault, she was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
38-year-old Keith Gardner is charged with reckless driving after passing a police officer while traveling 100 mph on I-24 near Ellington Parkway, where the speed limit is 55 mph. He made abrupt lane changes and almost lost control when he ran off the shoulder of the roadway. A traffic stop was conducted and he was cited for reckless driving and driving on a suspended license (2nd offense).
32-year-old Nathan Harrell was driving on I-24 late Wednesday night when he nearly struck the front end of a Kentucky State Trooper’s patrol car that was also traveling in the area. The trooper contacted Metro Nashville Police, who responded to the scene and found Harrell visibly intoxicated and smelling of alcohol. Harrell stated he had two drinks and lunch and had also been drinking at a client’s home prior to driving. He refused field sobriety testing and was transported to Nashville General for a blood draw and then to booking. An inventory search of the vehicle revealed an open bottle of alcohol that was a quarter empty and a Yeti cup with an alcoholic beverage inside.
30-year-old Robert Holmes crashed his vehicle near Dickerson Pike and Grace Street late Friday night and admitted to consuming alcohol earlier in the day. Social media posts show Holmes drinking with friends at a restaurant just prior to driving. Responding officers say he smelled of alcohol and had trouble standing and speaking coherently. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, Holmes was taken into custody. A subsequent inventory search of his vehicle prior to towing resulted in the seizure of 9.39 grams of marijuana in a Tupperware container.
22-year-old Alexander McMillan was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail early Saturday morning after blowing a 0.174 BAC, which is over twice the legal limit in Tennessee, after an East Nashville traffic stop. Metro Police say he was traveling at 42 in a 30 mph zone and crossing the marked lines on the roadway before failing to stop at a stop sign at Eastland Avenue & Riverside Drive. McMillan admitted to having three mixed drinks prior to driving. He is charged with DUI and is free on pre-trial release.
26-year-old Logan McCullough was charged with DUI on Saturday in East Nashville after Officer Paul Stein says he observed her perform a rolling stop at a stop sign, then cross several lines and swerve as he followed her. Despite his emergency lights, it took a few goes with the emergency siren before she eventually acknowledged him and pulled over. She denied drinking, however, Stein says she reeked of alcohol and was obviously intoxicated. She is free on pre-trial release.
31-year-old Michael David Grout admitted to having two Vodka drinks before driving Sunday night, and police found a bottle of cassette head cleaner (AKA poppers) which he admitted he would huff. He is charged with DUI and free on pre-trial release.
27-year-old Connor King is charged with DUI after Metro Police Sgt. Paul Stein says he was behind the man when he ran a red light while traveling on Gallatin Pike. He admitted to having “a couple of drinks”, and said he normally uses an Uber.
Metro Nashville Police have charged Joseph ‘Joey’ Windler, the 29-year-old owner of Rukus Cycling Nashville, with vandalism after they cuffed him in the rear of a patrol car during a DUI arrest, and they say he urinated on the seat, traffic cones, and plexiglass divider of the cage. The officer notes it’s not his normal job duty to clean urine and it takes away from his duty as a Patrol Sergeant, thereby costing the city money, and constituting vandalism as there is a monetary loss.
36-year-old Daniel Blake-Conely was charged with a DUI when he swayed in a circular motion while standing after an officer observed him halfway on the shoulder of I-24, in reverse, with a two-year-old in the vehicle.