36-year-old Justin Doig was revived with Narcan after crashing his car into oncoming traffic on Gallatin Pike and being found unresponsive behind the wheel. He performed poorly on all field sobriety tests and agreed to have his blood drawn, but repeatedly told officers that narcotics might be in his system as he believed a hitchhiker he picked up earlier had drugged his drink.
32-year-old Emily Dryburgh was sitting inside a white Honda with the engine running when police encountered her on a disturbance call at 921 Woodland Street in the early hours of Wednesday morning. She advised she was involved in the disturbance that resulted in the call to police. Officers say they could smell alcohol coming from Dryburgh, and she had slurred speech. As she stepped out of the vehicle, it was apparent she was intoxicated. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was charged with DUI. Dryburgh is the co-founder of Young Music City and RNBW Music Collective.
35-year-old Christopher Kyle Gainous was escorted out of Vanderbilt Stadium Saturday night after police say he jumped the fence and didn’t have a ticket to the game. He was told to leave the property and not return while he was screaming and yelling at Vanderbilt fans. After being escorted out, he re-entered the stadium and was part of a group that was attempting to run across the football field at approximately 8:30 p.m. As he was placed into cuffs, he continued to be disorderly and attempted to headbutt another Vanderbilt fan. Officers say he “reeked of alcohol” during their interaction.
Police say 18-year-old Toni Ernest Dunn was a brand new employee at the Love’s Travel Stop on Trinity Lane when on November 11th, she scanned a “no sale” card which caused both of the cash drawers to open. Knowing her co-worker, Jeffery Sauvie, had just stepped outside to the back of the store. She quickly grabbed $1,930 in cash from the registers and stuffed it in her pants pockets before fleeing the store. Police reviewed the security footage and used her information from her employment file to complete the arrest warrant for felony theft, which she was booked on this week.
Metro Nashville Police say 39-year-old Wisconsin tourist Anthony ‘Tony’ Mayen was observed by multiple witnesses dragging his wife, Adrianna Mayen, down the sidewalk on 2nd Ave in downtown Nashville by her hair. Witnesses Rebecca and Megan Mogetz say the victim appeared helpless, and they yelled at Tony to stop. When he noticed police were approaching, he stopped assaulting his wife and walked toward Broadway. The victim stated she was afraid of further assault if they arrested him. As Tony was taken into custody, he yelled obscenities at the officers. Another officer confirmed that had taken a report involving Tony and another patron fighting at Miranda Lambert’s bar shortly before the assault on his wife.
Demartin Robinson shares a child with 26-year-old Tyshecka Carter, and the two are no longer in a relationship. He says she showed up at his apartment with the child unannounced for an unplanned visit on November 25th. He was unprepared for a visit and had his current girlfriend at his home. Tyshecka reportedly was upset he had his new girlfriend at his home and became angry and aggressive at the door.
Not wanting to cause a scene his neighbors might see, he let her enter the house, at which time she sat the child down and immediately attached Robinson, tearing his shirt and leaving scratches on his body. She swung at him with a ceramic lamp, causing a laceration on his hand. She also destroyed his television and strangled him. She then drove away, but not before striking his car with her own. She was pulled over by a responding officer for a traffic stop immediately after the assault.
Metro Nashville Police say 31-year-old Daanwayne “Wayne” Northern was unconscious behind the wheel of his black SUV when they found him collided with a barrier wall at 14th & Broadway in the early hours of Thursday morning. Once he was awake and alert, Northern claimed she didn’t have anything to drink and was coming from his girlfriend’s apartment on Broadway. Officers report he reeked of alcohol and had slurred speech during their interactions. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody for DUI.
54-year-old Michael Lucero was intoxicated in front of the Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville late Wednesday night and advised security he had a pass to go backstage. It was explained to him he would have to wait for someone from the band to come up and get him. Lucero became upset and pushed the victim, Edward Perry, to enter the location. He thing punched the victim in the face, leaving him with a bloody nose. During questioning, Lucero stated that he “whooped his ass.”
Employees of the Keurig Dr. Pepper Beverage Company were at the SJJ Market on 40th Ave North, repossessing two drink coolers that were leased by the store’s owner, 36-year-old Mina Ibrahim. During the repossession, Ibrahim became verbally aggressive and attempted to physically stop the repossession. Ibrahim then retrieved a metal rod, and as the situation escalated even more, Ibrahim pulled a pistol on the employees. The victims left and notified police, who located the metal pipe and a located 9mm handgun at the store. Ibrahim was taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Police say 21-year-old Chloe Rossi argued for about twenty minutes with her boyfriend, Daxton Bradford, before she pulled about a yellow kitchen knife and stepped toward him. As he stepped backward with his hands out to escape the situation, she sliced his hand on the inside webbing between his thumb and pointer finger. She was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.