41-year-old Rodney spent a few hours in a Nashville jail Thursday morning before being freed on pre-trial release. Police say he accosted two females just after midnight on Polk Ave. The victims say the man exposed himself and asked “Do you want to suck it?” He didn’t flee and waited around for police to arrive, still screaming at the ladies and being aggressive toward them the entire time.
34-year-old Jacob Jasperson, of Wisconsin, came to Tootsies Tuesday night for entertainment but ended up being restrained and spending a few hours in jail after he refused to cooperate with downtown officers, despite being given the opportunity to walk away. He was, indeed, too drunk for Tootsies.
28-year-old Clinton Waschow, Operations Manager for Jason Aldean’s Bar in downtown Nashville, told police he had “two drinks” at Aldean’s before they found him drunkenly driving past officers who were blocking a bridge for roadwork. Officers noted: “his pants were unzipped at the time of this arrest”.
40-year-old Jennifer Lichty posted in the #HipHermitage Facebook group late Sunday evening looking for someone to go out and have dinner with. She says she ended up going to Cinco De Mayo alone, and police say they later found her afterward when she rammed a moving vehicle in her apartment complex and blew a 0.285 BAC, more than three times the legal limit. Lichty was already out on #PreTrialRelease after she was found passed out behind the wheel with a bottle of rum on January 26, when she blew a 0.263 BAC.
21-year-old Kayla Pendergast was charged with theft after the manager of Guitar Center reported to police that she was seen on their security footage stealing a Les Paul guitar.
21-year-old Jamisha King was charged with burglary after police say she entered a Walmart, tried to stash away merchandise, and then walk out.
18-year-old Victor Vazquez was charged with assault when he reportedly chased his classmate down a hallway and tased him in the chest, sending his classmate to the hospital.
30-year-old Shepard Watson was charged with a DUI and implied consent after police asked if he believed he was intoxicated and unable to safely operate a vehicle and he stated, “I mean, scientifically I’d say yes.”
29-year-old Radell Watkins was charged with vandalism and disorderly conduct after he was caught stealing wires from an AT&T vehicle in a Walmart parking lot and then kicked out the back window of a police vehicle.
36-year-old Alan Hatcher was charged with burglary of a motor vehicle and theft after he was caught pawning a stolen leaf blower at Cash America.