68-year-old Jonathan Tree was found unconscious behind the wheel of his running car at the main entrance to Green Hills Mall in the early hours of Sunday morning. Officers approached after he didn’t respond to loudspeaker commands and eventually woke Tree, who had trouble putting the vehicle in park. Once the loud music was turned down, Tree stated he was coming from a restaurant in Franklin and was on his way to a hotel. Tree stated he only had “one beer” several hours earlier in the evening. He added that he had not slept much since his flight landed in Nashville. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody. A Glock 19 was located in the center console of the vehicle. During the transport to jail, Tree continuously yelled profanities, then repeatedly apologized and told officers he would sue them for this arrest.
35-year-old Jonathan Mcdaniel was charged with possession of a handgun while under the influence, public intoxication, and resisting arrest after employees claimed he drunkenly tapped on the door of a liquor store with a pistol.
24-year-old Devin Wilson was charged with DUI and possession of a handgun while under the influence after an officer noticed him drive on the sidewalk and swerve into the bicycle lane on Nolensville Pike.
23-year-old Elizabeth Petersen was charged with negligently discharging a handgun through the roof of a shared hotel room while next to a baby after having a discussion about a threesome while intoxicated.
35-year-old Christopher Greer was charged with unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, public intoxication, possession of a handgun while under the influence, and possession of marijuana after he was observed puking in a parking garage stairwell and later tripped exposing a concealed firearm to officers.
22-year-old Kadin Bell was charged with possession of a handgun while under the influence and possession of a controlled substance after he cut off a police officer traveling down Donelson Pike which initiated a traffic stop.
58-year-old retired MNPD Sergeant Daniel Ogren was arrested Monday and charged with DUI and handgun possession while under the influence. Police found him relieving himself on the side of the road across from the Airways Motel, where he had just crashed a car into the curb. He blew a .245, had a .44 magnum handgun in the backseat, and an empty 5-liter Moscato wine box in the front seat – all before 10 a.m.