Joshua Forrest cited for trespassing at Schermerhorn Symphony Center

43-year-old Joshua Forrest was given a citation for trespassing on July 17th. Police found Joshua at the Nashville Schermerhorn Symphony Center at 1 Symphony Place. The building has numerous “No Trespassing” signs. He was cited due to him not having an offense history in Nashville and was booked on the citation this week.

Brian Mayers charged after bringing a gun to a fight in downtown Nashville

Metro Nashville Police encountered 45-year-old Brian Mayers of Georgia at 3rd & Broadway after he had just been involved in a fight with multiple other individuals. None of the other individuals wish to prosecute for the assault. While speaking to Mayers, officers noticed his level of intoxication and his inability to care for himself. He was taken into custody for public intoxication. During a search incident to arrest, a loaded Springfield Armory 9mm handgun was located in his waistband.

Joshua Berrios too drunk and disorderly for downtown Nashville

23-year-old Joshua Berrios was very drunk and disorderly outside Miranda Lambert’s Casa Rosa late Friday night. Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District Initiative say he was instead and reeked of alcohol. He was unable to care for himself and was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.

Annaliese Mickelson refuses to leave Kid Rock’s Bar in downtown Nashville

Bar staff at Kid Rock’s Big Ass Honky Tonk Rock N’ Roll Steakhouse were attempting to remove 25-year-old Annaliese Noel Mickelson from their establishment Friday night, and she refused to leave after multiple requests. She continued to berate the staff verbally and became aggressive toward them. Bar security detained her for trespassing, and Metro Nashville Police arrived and took her into custody.

Robert Brodie to police: “I don’t understand why selling meth is a problem”

42-year-old Robert Brodie was found stumbling along the roadway in downtown Nashville Tuesday evening as officers stopped to check on his welfare. Police say it was immediately obvious he was under the influence of a controlled substance and was unable to care for himself. As he was being taken into custody for public intoxication for his own safety, officers located 3.3 grams in total of multiple small packages of crystal methamphetamine, along with $328 in cash. While at booking, he exclaimed that he “didn’t understand why selling meth is a problem.” He repeatedly claimed not to have any more drugs on him; however, a search at booking revealed an additional 2 grams of meth inside his wallet.

Unhoused man cons The Hermitage Hotel Bar out of $500 in food and drinks — Ronald Hutt

58-year-old Ronald Hutt stopped by The Hermitage Hotel in downtown Nashville on several days this week, eating and drinking at the swanky bar, telling the staff to just charge it to his 5th-floor room each time. The scam *almost* worked out for him, however, on Wednesday hotel staff observed Hutt, who is unhoused, “making a mess” in one of the hotel’s public restrooms. At that point, his story was questioned, and he admitted that he was not a guest of the hotel, nor knew anyone there, and it was a con to eat and drink at the hotel bar. After a brief chase, hotel management stopped him on the sidewalk as he attempted to flee, and police arrived shortly after. In total, he charged $499.44 in food and beverages to a room without authorization.

Downtown street vendor charged with underage drinking, days later — Gabriel Ryan Tyson

Metro Nashville Police met 19-year-old Gabriel Ryan Tyson in downtown Nashville in January during a routine check of street vendor licenses. They noticed he was dancing around on the sidewalk and drinking from an open bottle of Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling. They issued him a citation for vending without a license, he poured out the open container of wine, and everyone went about their night. Sometime later, the officers realized Tyson was only 19-years-old, and three days after the citation, Officer Shawn Kaelin swore out the pettiest warrants of his career, charging the teen with underage drinking and underage possession of alcohol.

DUI: Man found asleep behind wheel at intersection, admits to drinking — Jared Beard

24-year-old Jared Beard was found asleep behind the wheel of his car at an intersection just south of downtown Nashville and admitted to drinking prior to driving. Police say he agreed to a breathalyzer, a demonstrated he could blow hard enough, however, when his lips met the actual machine, he wouldn’t blow hard enough for it to register. He also urinated on himself multiple times while speaking to police, and in the back of a patrol car.