Fort Campbell Soldier Anthony Breithaupt charged in downtown Nashville brawl

21-year-old Anthony Breithaupt was involved in a large brawl in front of Nudie’s Honky Tonk in the early hours of Saturday morning on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Police responded to the fight/shots fired call to find multiple people involved in fights. Breithaupt was observed throwing several punches and injuring at least one person in the fight.

Murfreesboro Man charged in downtown Nashville brawl — Jeremy Heavener arrested

37-year-old Jeremy Heavener was involved in a large brawl in front of Nudie’s Honky Tonk in the early hours of Saturday morning on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Police responded to the fight/shots fired call to find multiple people involved in fights. Heavener was observed fighting and being disorderly when officers arrived on the scene.

Jakob Ethridge flees from police, throws officer from car; free on pre-trial release

22-year-old Jakob Ethridge was booked into jail this week on outstanding warrants charging him with evading arrest and reckless endangerment during an attempted traffic stop in February. Police say they were conducting a traffic stop on Ethridge on February 2nd on Tulip Grove Road in Hermitage after observing him traveling 48 mph in a 30 mph zone. As officers approached the vehicle, which reeked of marijuana, they ordered him to step out of the vehicle. Ethridge suddenly restarted the engine and fled the scene, throwing the officer from the vehicle as he fled.

Shatner Franchi (AKA DJ Shatner) charged with DUI in downtown Nashville

Police were dispatched to 3rd Ave N near the railroad crossing as citizens reported a white Range Rover parked in the middle of the road for an extended period of time. When police arrived, the vehicle had moved to the parking lot nearby. Officers made contact with 35-year-old Shatner Franchi, known locally as DJ Shatner, who was rummaging through the vehicle, telling officers he was searching for his phone. when officers asked how much he had to drink, he initially said two 24oz beers and later said 1-8 beers. Franchi wasn’t sure where he was coming from or where he was going and couldn’t recall where he lived. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and eventually blew a 0.126% on a breathalyzer.

Imani Amuri — Two DUIs in 27 days, pre-trial release on both arrests

20-year-old Imani Amuri was charged with DUI on April 10th after he crashed into a utility pole in Madison, and officers found him passed out behind the wheel and a car full of empty small liquor bottles. He blew a 0.228% BAC. Despite a commissioner setting his bond at $3,000, the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office gave him pre-trial release. 27 days later, on May 7th, he would lose control of his car once again and be arrested for a new DUI. This time a judicial commissioner set his bond at $5,000, and once again, the DCSO gave him pre-trial release.

Trevor Forbess avoids being booked on state citation for four years… until this week

In January of 2018, police say 29-year-old Trevor Forbess was pulled over on Woodland Street in East Nashville due to expired tags on his vehicle. Upon checking his driver’s license, Officer James Smith discovered it was suspended. He then issued Forbess a state citation to self-book on the charge, however, Forbes never did. Four years later, Trevor Forbess was booked into the jail this week on the outstanding warrant.

DUI: Nashville Realtor Rob Mize denies drinking before crash; police say they had to hold him upright to stand

38-year-old Nashville Realtor Rob Mize reeked of alcohol, according to police, as they encountered him at his wrecked vehicle near West End Ave & Natchez Trace, where he had hit the curb and damaged his right side tire and bumper. He stepped out of his vehicle as officers approached, and he stumbled around the vehicle and talked with slurred speech. He told officers he believed someone had hit him and asked if they had seen anyone else in the area. He claimed he had nothing to drink and had been “with friends down the street” but would not be more specific. Police say Mize was so intoxicated they had to hold him upright while he was being searched incident to arrest.

Shakia Davidson jailed after giving false information to the DMV to obtain a driver’s license

Troopers with the Tennessee Highway Patrol were dispatched to the state’s DMV/Driver Services Center downtown on 7th Ave on Wednesday after an alert employee noticed 20-year-old Shakia Davidson was attempting to obtain a duplicate driver’s license using false information & documents. Examiner Selakia Shaw stated that Davidson gave false information to the state center and signed the application stating it was her correct and own information. When the examiner pulled up the photo on file for the information she listed on the application, it was obvious the photo did not match Davidson. Davidson admitted to the crime.

Trey Faulk booked on vandalism citation for kicking a car after an argument

21-year-old Trey Faulk was jailed this week on an outstanding citation, charging him with vandalism. Police say on March 11th, Faulk got into an argument with another person at a Mapco on Stewarts Ferry Pike. Despite the other party leaving the scene to de-escalate the situation, Fault followed them to the adjacent Thornton’s to continue the argument, where he kicked the victim’s car door.

Alejandro Trujillo punches friend in face who takes his keys to prevent him from drunk driving

Metro Nashville Police responded to a call for service early Thursday morning at 1st & Gay street in downtown Nashville regarding an apparent fight between two friends. They located 24-year-old Alejandro Trujillo and Victor Martinez, who had been out drinking downtown and were returning to the parking area. When Victor told Alejandro he should not drive due to his level of intoxication and took his keys from him, Alejandro punched him in the face 4-5 times, chipping his tooth and injuring his lip. He was charged with public intoxication and assault, and received a free ride to booking by a designated driver, Officer Damon Hutcheson.