Just three months after moving to Nashville, Metro Police found 22-year-old Jarod Parker asleep behind the wheel of his red Tesla at the intersection of Music Valley Dr & McGavock Pk. Officers say he was belligerent upon being awoken from his slumber and reeked of alcohol. Parker was charged with DUI and is free on pre-trial release.
38-year-old Robert Clauer is charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct after being asked to leave a downtown business multiple times, only to become more belligerent each time, screaming expletives at MNPD officers and refusing to cooperate with them. He is free on pre-trial release.
31-year-old Michael David Grout admitted to having two Vodka drinks before driving Sunday night, and police found a bottle of cassette head cleaner (AKA poppers) which he admitted he would huff. He is charged with DUI and free on pre-trial release.
31-year-old Brian Elliot Hyken, who performs under the name “Brian Elliot” says he had “3 gin & tonics” at the Pearl Diver in East Nashville before he ran over a curb to collide with shrubbery and a fire hydrant in the early hours of August 31st. He refused a breathalyzer and was charged with DUI. He is free on pre-trial release.
25-year-old Lazaro Wilkerson, from Kentucky, is charged with assault and public intoxication after he attempted to enter Honky Tonk Central in #DowntownNashville and reportedly punched the bouncer in the face who asked for his identification. #bspotter
21-year-old Tessa Knapp was charged with possession of methamphetamines, resisting arrest, and public intoxication after an officer used an armbar to take her down. A man called LPD when she jumped in a truck with his 16-year-old son.
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.
Brian Roche, 51, is charged with criminal trespass and theft of services after he ordered and ate a $22 meal at a restaurant in the Renaissance Nashville Hotel that he was unable to pay for.
Nashville has recently introduced reform to the pre-trial release program, as an overall start to cash bail reform in the city. Find out how the process works, who now qualifies for pre-trial release, and more in our first installment on Nashville’s effort for cash bail reform.
Shalimar Leggett Gates was once a Miss Fisk, and until very recently a kindergarten teacher with MNPS. Now she’s out on pretrial for a theft charge, for stealing from Walmart with Steven Gates. According to a police report, on 01/28/18, officers were dispatched to the Dickerson Pk Wal-Mart on the report of two subjects that were shoplifting, and currently in custody of the store’s loss prevention office. Upon reviewing the security footage, Shalimar Leggett Gates & Steven Gates were in the self checkout line inside Walmart. Shalimar can be seen…