DUI: Kelly Matthews drinks with buddies before flipping his vehicle

29-year-old Kelly Matthews had a single-vehicle accident in the early hours of February 12th. Officers arrived and spoke with Matthews, who advised that he lost control of his vehicle and had driven off the roadway before rolling over. Officers observed Matthews to be visibly intoxicated and asked if he would perform sobriety tests, to which he consented. Matthews then performed poorly on sobriety tests. Matthews was read his Miranda rights and verbally waived them. He also made statements about coming from the bar with his buddies under Miranda. Matthews was then informed of implied consent, to which he refused. Matthews was taken into custody for driving under the influence and implied consent.

John Griffin mistook himself for a snack, fell asleep in snack room of building

36-year-old John Griffin was jailed for public intoxication on February 11 in Nashville. Officers responded to the call of a person asleep in the snack room of the building and located Griffin in a deep slumber. They woke him up and noticed he was inebriated and unable to walk by himself without falling over. They tried to let him call someone to retrieve him, but he kept giving them a street address instead of a phone number for them to call. Griffin was taken into custody for public intoxication and transported to booking in all of his glory.

DUI: Nickolas Bell drinks before causing car accident

28-year-old Nickolas Levi Bell was involved in a car accident during the early hours of January 28th. As officers arrived, Bell advised them that he was the driver and admitted to alcohol consumption. Bell consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and provided a breath sample, resulting in 0.135 BAC%. Bell was taken into custody for driving under the influence.

Deon Henderson slams baby-mama into wall, tells her “You know I’m bigger than you”

30-year-old Deon Jamal Henderson was involved in a domestic dispute with the mother of his two kids, Austina Harper, at their shared residence on Old Hickory Boulevard on December 9th. Harper advised officers that Henderson had been abusing her for years and that when he came home from work, he began to argue with her before ripping the Ring doorbell camera off the door. Then, she stated she told him that she did not want to argue in front of their children, so they went to their bedroom, where he grabbed her by the wrists and threw her onto the bed. Harper attempted to record the incident, but he grabbed her phone, telling her, “You know I’m bigger than you; I could just pick you up and throw you.” Henderson pushed her up against the wall when she stood up, which made her slam her hands into the wall, breaking her fingernails and causing them to bleed.  Then, Harper ran to their neighbor’s house, who allowed her to use their phone to call the police, and Henderson fled the scene. He was taken into custody for domestic assault on December 11

DUI: Emily Trenthem too drunk to perform sobriety tests

25-year-old Emily Trenthem refused to receive any help from EMS at 51st Avenue North on December 7th. When officers arrived, they were greeted by Trenthem sitting in her car, which was running. When asked by the officers, Trenthem tried to get out of her car but was stumbling all over herself and seemed heavily inebriated. Trenthem said that she had told EMS multiple times that she was drunk. So, officers attempted to get her to perform field sobriety tests, but Trenthem was unable to stand up to complete any, so they deemed the tests unsafe. She refused to use the breathalyzer and draw blood, so she was taken into custody. While in custody, she repeatedly asked to go home and slipped her hand out of the handcuffs multiple times. Trenthem was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence and implied consent.

DUI: Ryan Terrell crashes car, says he “saw a deer, but that may not be true”

27-year-old Ryan Terrell says he drank two sixteen-ounce “Voodoo Rangers” before crashing his car near Hwy 70 & Charlotte Pike just after 2 a.m. Saturday. After the crash, he exited his vehicle and began walking down the road with bloody hands, where officers located him approximately 1.5 miles from the crash site. He explained he was headed home from work when, “I saw a deer, and that may not be true,” when asked about the crash. He was visibly intoxicated and admitted he was drunk during questioning. After a blood draw, Terrell was transported to booking.

Andrew Malone charged with DUI after erratic driving on interstate

22-year-old Andrew Malone was jailed on September 30th after he was pulled over on I-40 after police observed him stopping suddenly near exit 201A.  A strong odor of alcohol came from the vehicle. His pupils were abnormally large, and his eyes were bloodshot. He had trouble keeping his eyes open while speaking with officers. The passenger in the vehicle admitted that they had both been drinking.  Malone declined to perform sobriety tests and refused to give a blood sample. Officers found an empty White Claw under the driver’s seat and a Tall Boy on the passenger’s side. Malone was then taken into custody and transported to booking.

Jacob Conway squares up to Nashville cop & drunkenly asks “are you ready to go?”

23-year-old Jacob Conway refused to leave Honky Tonk Central late Wednesday night after an altercation inside the bar. Security staff told Conway and a person he was with to leave the venue multiple times before Metro Nashville Police became involved. Officers noted Conway was visibly intoxicated, and as he approached Officer Daughtry, he asked, “Are you ready to go?” and assumed a fighting stance while cursing at the officer. Conway was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.