52-year-old Michele McConville was asked to leave the Holiday Inn Express on Broadway and refused. Police and medics responded to the scene to find her heavily intoxicated and making threats while yelling. She was aggressive to both hotel staff and medics, even tossing bark at the medics.
Metro Nashville Police responded to 416 Broadway for a fight involving another person. After that person was arrested for public intoxication, 35-year-old Top Flite Financial Sr. Sales Manager Devon Feager began to be verbally abusive to officers at the scene. When asked to calm down and move along, he made specific threats against officers. Officers gave him one last warning and chance to walk away, however, Devon Feager then told officers he was going to “beat them and break them in half”. As he was being arrested on multiple charges, he used all of his body weight to pull away and had to be taken to the ground to be taken into custody.
Metro Nashville Police officers observed 40-year-old Top Flite Financial Division ManagerTodd Feager roughhousing and fighting on Broadway in downtown Nashville with a group of other individuals after a night of drinking described as “at a high rate of consumption for several hours”. Due to his level of intoxication and careless behavior on the streets in public he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
32-year-old James Berry, of St. Louis, drank so much alcohol at the 400 Degrees restaurant inside the Nashville International Airport last week that he walked out on his tab and stumbled and fell onto a female passenger causing her to be injured enough to require transportation to a local hospital.