Cookeville’s 50-year-old Gary Rob Brown was kicked out of Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge on Broadway in downtown Nashville in the early morning hours of Feb 1 for disorderly behavior. He then sat on the sidewalk directly in front of the business, blocking patrons, and refused to move. Metro Nashville Police Officers arrived and only received nonsensical responses to questions they asked him. Brown repeatedly called officer Maximillian Goldberg “Taylor Swift” and “Steve Jobs” and stated he wanted to kiss him. He requested medical assistance but refused it when they arrived. An officer described his state as “in a heightened state and continuously speaking in a stream-of-consciousness manner that did not have any logical direction.” As he was being taken into custody for public intoxication, Brown reportedly began spitting in the direction of onlookers and shouting obscenities at them.
Police say 37-year-old Denylle Boden was found asleep in front of an apartment on Rice Road in Antioch with her breasts exposed to the world. Officers initially responded to a report of someone attempting to get into an apartment. Officers woke Boden from her sleep, and she seemed confused and agitated. She insisted she lived at the apartment she was attempting to get into, but it was not her apartment. Her correct address was located on her ID, but she refused to allow the police to take her home. She was unable to stand or walk and was unable to be left on her own. She was transported to booking and charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication.
26-year-old Ryan Napier was found stumbling on Hobson Pike with his blue jeans down around his ankles in Antioch late Monday night. Officers made contact with Napier, who was sweating profusely despite it being around 45 degrees. His speech was slurred, and he could not advise where he was going or coming from. He admitted to using narcotics but did not specify any specific drug. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Officers located 33-year-old Yarin Sanchez outside of AJ’s Good Time Bar in downtown Nashville late Saturday night after bouncers removed her from the venue for fighting with other patrons. She was visibly intoxicated and causing a disturbance, and she also wanted to report her phone was stolen. After taking the stolen phone report, Yarin drunkenly attempted to re-enter the bar she had just been kicked out of. Officers gave her warnings to stay outside, but she refused and was taken into custody for public intoxication.
23-year-old Andrew Birko was drunk and disorderly at Honky Tonk Central late Saturday night and eventually began to argue with security staff, getting in their face and their personal space. Multiple people flagged down Metro Nashville Police Officers after Birko refused to leave. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
37-year-old Samuel Elrod was stumbling in and out of traffic on Charlotte Pike when police encountered him. He swayed as he crossed the road and told officers, “I’m drunk.” Due to his extreme level of intoxication, officers offered medical transport to the hospital, but Elrod refused. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
21-year-old Liz Quiroz and her friend were lying in the middle of the road at 2:10 a.m. Sunday, too intoxicated to talk or stand. Despite multiple attempts to assist them to their hotel, Quiroz was unable to produce complete sentences or assist herself in avoiding jail. Due to her location and state of intoxication, she was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Police say 31-year-old Southwest Airlines flight attendant Ryan Rounsaville was walking up and down Arthur Ave in the early hours of Saturday morning, banging on multiple doors and kicking them while screaming. Police received multiple calls that were initially believed to be attempted burglaries. Officers located Rounsaville and determined he was extremely intoxicated as he stumbled down the street. Rounsville believed he was in Arlington, Texas, and was transported to booking, charged with public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Police say 21-year-old Glen Orozco stood in the middle of the road at Fairview Drive & Revere Place late Friday night and refused to move out of the roadway. When officers approached him, he reportedly began to yell and was posturing aggressively as if ready to fight. He reeked of alcohol and was deemed a danger to himself in his current location and condition. Orozco was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
32-year-old Mark Northrup was reportedly making a woman uncomfortable at Honky Tonk Central on Broadway in downtown Nashville early Sunday morning. She alerted a security guard, who asked Northrup to leave the bar. The bouncer, Mark Thomas, says Northrup chest-bumped him before he escorted him to the door. Near the exit, Northup fell to the floor and grabbed the bouncer’s leg. Police were nearby and observed Northrup to be heavily intoxicated. He was charged with assault and public intoxication.