63-year-old Susan Rothschild was charged with leaving the scene and driving under the influence when the prominent Belle Meade “botox lady” smashed into a utility pole a few miles from a hit and run she was also involved in.
29-year-old Matthew Gammons was charged with filing false reports when he called the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to report himself for child rape. He used the identity Jason Ketchup from Texas.
19-year-old Zeineb Charles was charged with disorderly conduct, public intoxication, consumption of alcohol under 21, and resisting arrest when someone reported a fight and when officers arrived they encountered her angry, confrontational, screaming, and hitting cars.
18-year-olds Oscar Sosa and Jose Ayala were charged with unlawful use of drug paraphernalia and felony possession of marijuana with intent when police caught them entering a state park after hours.
26-year-old Joel N. Arlotta is charged with vandalism, disorderly conduct, and public intoxication, after he approached a woman’s car on West End, told her “The demon is chasing me”, smashed out her car window, and said, “y’all didn’t think I was that strong, did you!”. Police then found him entangled in a chain-link fence.
During an interview, the teens told police they believed the church was abandoned and no one wanted the things they took. RJ Manus, & Dylan Robertson, each 18-years-old, are each charged with felony burglary, and free on pre-trial release.
Nashville booster Davion Pettis was taken into custody Thursday, charged with back to back thefts from West Nashville Target stores.
21-year-old Stephen Lavoie was asked to perform a ‘9-step walk-and-turn’ during field sobriety tests Wednesday, but despite multiple instructions to actually walk, he remained in the same spot, balancing as if he were on a surf board, according to Metro police. Metro Nashville Police observed Stephen Lavoie driving a tan Toyota Sienna minivan at 2nd and Commerce in the early morning hours of May 15th. Lavoie was driving the wrong way on a one-way street, and struck the curb several times once lights and sirens were activated for him to…
Brant Peter Adam put his car into a grass median as he was followed by an Officer early Thursday morning. He then demanded a breath test to prove his sobriety. Twice. The officer obliged, and Brant Adam blew a .245, over 3 times the legal limit of .08 in Tennessee.
Mark Moses, of South Nashville, was arrested just before daylight Monday morning, as he told police repeatedly “it was the GPS’s fault” he was driving drunk on the wrong side of Bell Road. He was already out on pre-trial release from a January DUI, and he was soon be set free on it, a 2nd time.