42-year-old Wade Cosby was charged with theft of property after being caught on home surveillance video stealing a pressure washer. When apprehended he asked the officer “If I get the pressure washer back, can we squash this?”
28-year-old Jessica Lefevers was charged with theft of merchandise after leaving a Walgreens with items she had not paid for. She was identified by video surveillance and caught five months later.
57-year-old Carla Hargis was charged with disorderly conduct when Metro Police was called twice in one hour because she was causing a ruckus near Party Fowl. She was taking off her clothes, throwing her shoes, yelling, and cussing.
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 Jacob Grava was charged with driving under the influence after driving a reported 105 miles per hour on Interstate 40. Grava would later confess to having consumed five beers before getting behind the wheel.
64-year-old Craig Kitch was charged with driving under the influence after having his vehicle become stuck in a Bellevue homeowner’s driveway. Kitch would later confess to consuming two vodka and tonic drinks before operating his vehicle.
33-year-old Jose Bautista was charged with driving without a license, driving under the influence and implied consent after allegedly being unable to stay in his lane of travel, halting his vehicle on Una Antioch Pike, then driving into the oncoming lane of traffic.
23-year-old Olivia Wolff was charged with implied consent and boating under the influence after drinking “a few” and operating a personal watercraft beyond the designated curfew.
33-year-old Aimee Corbett was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct when officers were investigating a domestic call at a strip mall and she would not stop screaming at them and interfering.
39-year-old Jason Foust was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct at the InTown Suites and Extended Stay on Old Hickory Boulevard after he was reported for banging and yelling at a door causing a disturbance.