28-year-old Rain Forest Stone is charged with public intoxication after he performed CPR on his girlfriend who was breathing and had a pulse. Officers say he became unruly when they removed him from his girlfriend.
Stephanie Allen, 39, was arrested for domestic assault and public intoxication after she slapped her boyfriend for arguing with her about infidelity issues.
28-year-old Scott Andrew Eisenhower was charged with public intoxication after leaving a bachelor party and being found in a parking garage of the Aertson Apartments on 21st Ave. leaning over a vehicle, too intoxicated to care for himself, and telling police the only phone number he knew was his own.
27-year-old Zachary Klein was arrested and charged with public intoxication after running onto Broadway in downtown Nashville yelling at people, and by the time police found him, he was yelling at a bus. He is free on a $100 cash bond and scheduled to appear in court in January.
23-year-old Joshua Gilley was arrested and charged with public intoxication after trying to fight several people in downtown Nashville.
31-year-old Alexander Walter was arrested and charged with public intoxication after calling the police when a friend locked him out of an apartment after an argument over cocaine.
21-year-old Ft. Campbell soldier Jamie Burton was charged with public intoxication in Nashville after he started a fight with another subject and then became aggressive with Metro Police as they interveined.
As soon as officers arrived, they heard Matthew Stevenson yelling “I ain’t fucking going anywhere!”, before throwing a punch at a security guard and falling down.
Hotel staff advised Joel Boyers had caused a disruption at the bar, after he made several high dollar tips totaling $22,000, causing waitresses to compete to serve him. He was arrested for public intoxication and carrying a firearm in a bar. He is free on pre-trial release.
Trent Thorpe & Nicholas Bockoven were found asleep in a vehicle at 4:30 AM Sunday, and according to witnesses they had been sleeping in the middle of the lanes of traffic for at least 30 minutes