Michael Reynolds sleeps on the couch of a shared residence with multiple roommates, and he says one of the roommates, 18-year-old Cameron Luke Schibig, spent one late night and early morning last week constantly going in and out of the front door, which is beside the couch that Reynolds sleeps on. Noting he had work the next morning, Reynolds asked Schibig to stop using that door and waking him up. He says Schibig then began muttering under his breath while walking to his room, where he retrieved a metal baseball bat and swung it at the head of Reynolds while screaming he was going to kill him. Two other residents witnessed the assault and helped to take the bat from the teen. Reynolds suffered a large bruise for several days on his arm, which he attempted to use to deflect and block the bat’s impact.
30-year-old Robert Colton Lewis was backing into the street just after midnight Friday night to perform a three-point-turn when he collided with Nashville Fire Department Engine 29. Investigating officers found Lewis to be intoxicated, and he admitted to drinking prior to driving and the crash. He declined all field sobriety tests and breath/chemical testing. He was transported to booking, charged with DUI, and violation of the implied consent law.
Police responded to a crash with injuries just after 5 a.m. Thursday on Granada Ave and made contact with the driver, 28-year-old Jacob Romero. Romero’s vehicle had driven over a guard rail and collided with a chain-link fence at a business, where it eventually came to rest into a tree. Romero stated that he intentionally drove off the roadway to meet someone to buy marijuana. He also admitted to drinking five beers in the hours prior to driving. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, he was transported to booking and charged with DUI.
Metro Nashville Police responded to the Taco Bell on the 2900 block of Gallatin Pike Wednesday night on a report of a disorderly person. Employees stated that 63-year-old Philip Davenport was stumbling around his 2003 Lexus SC430 in the parking lot. Police approached the man and observed his house key was in the ignition and the vehicle’s ignition key in the outside door keyhole. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, Davenport stated, “I’m really drunk, aren’t I?”
34-year-old Maria Cucue says her boyfriend, Allen Calvillo used the fingers on his hand to text other women. Police say that during an argument on Saturday she bit Allen’s hand. She latched onto his hand with her mouth so hard that Allen says he had to hit her on the back of her head “a few times” to get her to release her grip.
Just before 2 a.m. on Thursday, January 27th, Metro Police found 30-year-old Ashton Parson, better known by his stage name of ‘Parson James’, crashed into a dumpster behind the Checkers restaurant in East Nashville. He was initially unresponsive with the vehicle still in drive. Eventually, police were able to knock enough on the window to get him awake. He was reportedly extremely intoxicated and admitted to having a “couple of drinks” prior to driving.
On January 2nd, Parson took to social media to admit he struggled with addiction and declared himself an alcoholic. On January 18th he further posted that he was checking into a “mental health facility” to work on himself.
31-year-old Chelsea Brown was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail early Sunday morning, after police located her asleep behind the wheel of her vehicle, which was running and in ‘drive’, in East Nashville. When asked for her license, she presented a while ‘Simplicity’ credit card, and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Brown was transported to booking and charged with DUI and violation of the implied consent law after she declined to submit to a breathalyzer test. She is free on pre-trial release.
25-year-old Conner Brown blew a 0.244% BAC on a breathalyzer early Tuesday morning, which is three times the legal limit in Tennessee. Police encountered Brown after he missed the turn into his East Nashville apartment complex and got his vehicle stuck on the side of the road, perpendicular to the lanes of travel. Brown admitted to drinking before driving, performed poorly on field sobriety tests, and agreed to the breathalyzer. Brown is charged with DUI and is free on pre-trial release.
23-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Garrett Edwards crashed into a utility pole on the Shelby Street entrance ramp to I-24, knocking it over. The car he was driving belonged to his roommate, and fellow soldier, 21-year-old Diego Loza. Both were heavily intoxicated, according to police, and Edwards admitted to consuming “5 or 6 Miller Lite beers”. Edwards blew a 0.157 BAC when tested. Edwards was charged with DUI, and Loza was charged with DUI per se, as he was the vehicle owner, and knowingly allowed Edwards to drive his vehicle while intoxicated. Both were freed on pre-trial release.
29-year-old Derek Pascoe says he was high on molly(MDMA) when police found him banging on the door of 3 Crow Bar in East Nashville at 2:45 a.m. Tuesday. The manager called Metro Nashville Police after the man was yelling through the door at staff. Police found him to also have a strong odor of alcohol coming from his person and determined him to be a danger if left alone in public. He was transported to booking, and charged with public intoxication.