Victoria Menz charged with DUI after Belmont Blvd crash

Metro Nashville Police say 55-year-old Victoria Menz was unsteady on her feet and reeked of alcohol as they found her outside of her crashed vehicle at the intersection of Belmont Blvd and Woodmont Blvd late Friday night. She told officers she was coming home from downtown, where she consumed a “single margarita and several sparkling waters” throughout the evening. She performed poorly on all field sobriety tests and was taken into custody for DUI. She would later blow a 0.157& BAC on a breathalyzer.

Jesse Francis kicked out of Losers Midtown, but couldn’t stay away

Just before midnight Wednesday night, 38-year-old Jesse Francis was kicked out of Losers Bar & Grill on Division Street. Bouncers report he continued to attempt to come back inside to the point where Metro Nashville Police had to become involved. Francis told them he lived nearby, and they agreed to let him just walk home for the night and be done with the situation. Minutes after they had sent him on his way, they were again called to the bar to find Francis attempting to gain entry to the bar, this time at the rear entrance. Due to his level of intoxication and repeated actions, Francis was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.

Dhasia Holliday slaps girlfriend, who tossed her phone charger from moving vehicle

21-year-old Dhasia Holliday had picked up her girlfriend, Sinqueta Davis, after her vehicle broke down, and the two began arguing while in the vehicle. At some point, the argument escalated when Dhasia, who was driving, struck her partner in the face. Dhasia then noticed an officer on the side of the road conducting a traffic stop and pulled in behind the officer and parked. Dhasia told police that Sinqueta threw her phone charger out of the window, which is why she slapped her in the face.

Tourist attempts to use debit card as a phone to call a friend — Camron Siener too drunk for Nashville

Metro Nashville Police arrived at the Kimpton Aertson Hotel in downtown Nashville to find 27-year-old Camron Siener unconscious on the couch in the lobby. Once he was awakened, he admitted to not being a guest at this specific hotel, and repeatedly stated he was actually staying at “12 and Myself”. Officers escorted him off the property at the request of the hotel and attempted to direct him to an Uber to get to his correct hotel. A few moments later, Siener returned back inside the lobby claiming he was, in fact, staying here, and gave them names of several friends who were also registered at the location. The front desk confirmed that neither he, nor any of his friends, were registered at this hotel. Police asked him one last time to contact someone to come get him. Siener then pulled out a debit card and began to use it as a cell phone, in an apparent attempt to phone a friend. Officers eventually determined he was too intoxicated for his own safety and transported him to booking, where he was charged with public intoxication.

DUI: Woman blows double BAC limit, crashes car into utility pole after leaving bar — Yessica Leon 0.177 BAC

22-year-old Yessica Leon was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail early Monday morning after police responded to a single-vehicle crash of which she was the driver. Yessica admitted to having “3-4 drinks” at a local bar before attempting to drive herself home. She showed signs of intoxication on all field sobriety tests and blew a 0.177% BAC on a breathalyzer test. She is free on pre-trial release.

DUI: Soldier ends up on South Nashville train tracks after night at downtown bar, blows .204 BAC— Cliff O’Brien

25-year-old Clifford ‘Cliff’ O’Brien was booked into the Metro Jail just before daylight Sunday morning, charged with DUI. Police were called to the CSX train yard just after 4 a.m. as security had stopped a vehicle they observed driving on the dozens of train tracks at the location. The driver, who lives in Clarksville, told officers he had left a bar in downtown Nashville and his GPS took him to the South Nashville train yard, and onto the tracks, and he didn’t know how to get out. When asked to do a one-legged stand, the soldier instead marched forward while holding each foot in the air for three seconds. He eventually blew a 0.204 BAC on the breathalyzer. He is free on pre-trial release.