Johnny Rodriguez bites girlfriend’s foot during alteration at Taco Bell

54-year-old Johnny Rodriguez had a domestic altercation with his girlfriend, Alyssa Rudder, at their Daybreak Drive residence in the early hours of May 20th. Around 1:33 a.m., Rodriguez’s son called the police, stating that his dad was arguing with his girlfriend, and it sounded like it had become physical. When officers arrived, they located Rodriguez and Rudder, who both reeked of alcohol and appeared intoxicated. Rodriguez told police nothing had happened, adding it was just a verbal disagreement. Officers noticed a bruise under Rodriguez’s eye and asked him how it occurred, but he would not explain.

Then, officers spoke with Rudder, who stated that around 5 p.m. on May 19th, they were leaving the liquor store in Rodriguez’s car. Rudder said Rodriguez had struck her in the head five times before pulling her hair, leaving bruises on her forearm and wrist and scratches on the back of her neck. Rudder added that later that day, they went to Taco Bell for food, during which Rodriguez exited his car without parking it, causing it to roll with her inside. Rudder stated when she got into the front seat to stop the car, Rodriguez came to the driver’s side door, grabbed her foot, and bit it. Rodriguez was deemed the primary aggressor and was taken into custody for two counts of domestic assault.

Wesley Hulsey strangles girlfriend, hides from police at Taco Bell

21-year-old Welsey Hulsey was jailed early Tuesday morning when he assaulted his girlfriend on Millwood Drive. Abigail Wood advised that she told Hulsey she was done with him, and he had to leave. This upset Hulsey, so he came up behind her, wrapped his left arm completely around her neck, and strangled her until she passed out. She woke up to find Hulsey pointing a knife at her and stating that he was not going to leave. Officers observed strained blood vessels in Abigail’s neck and noted her raspy voice. She advised that she had difficulty speaking and heard ringing in her ears. Hulsey had already left the scene before police arrival, but he was found at the Taco Bell on Murfreesboro Pike, where he stated that he did not touch Abigail. Hulsey was then placed into custody and transported to booking.

Cameron Lewis charged after threatening to shoot Antioch Taco Bell employee over wait times

39-year-old Eric ‘Cameron’ Lewis was issued a state citation for assault after he exited his Nissan Maxima and went inside an Antioch Taco Bell on June 13th and confronted employee Tykee Williams about the wait time, becoming very irate. When the front counter employee explained he was not going to be spoken to in that manner, Lewis reportedly stated he had guns in his vehicle and would get them and shoot the employee and come behind the counter and assault him. Lewis refused to answer any questions when police arrived and was issued a state citation.

Philip Davenport asks “I’m really drunk, aren’t I?”, with house key in ignition of his Lexus at Taco Bell

Metro Nashville Police responded to the Taco Bell on the 2900 block of Gallatin Pike Wednesday night on a report of a disorderly person. Employees stated that 63-year-old Philip Davenport was stumbling around his 2003 Lexus SC430 in the parking lot. Police approached the man and observed his house key was in the ignition and the vehicle’s ignition key in the outside door keyhole. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, Davenport stated, “I’m really drunk, aren’t I?”

18-year-old charged with assault of her father, leaving him with a bloody nose and ripped shirt

18-year-old Emma Smith-Park is charged with domestic assault after her father says she left him with a bloody nose and a ripped shirt when a 1 a.m. argument turned physical.

Man arrested for assaulting girlfriend over a pet’s mishap from earlier in the year

Feat Stuart Dwight

33-year-old Stuart Dwight was charged with aggravated assault after strangling and throwing things at his girlfriend on March 31st during an argument over their dog urinating on their bed.

Metro issues citations to Kid Rock’s Bar +13 other businesses for violating COVID-19 health orders

The Metro Nashville Health Department has cited Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk Bar and 13 additional businesses for being out of compliance with emergency Health Department Orders. Dr. Caldwell visited Kid Rock’s after receiving a complaint about the bar on Friday night. The citation was issued last night and a decision on the amount of the fine will be made during the court appearance.

Man charged with DUI after speeding past cop

21-year-old Jose Bonilla was charged with DUI and no driver’s license after he was pulled over for speeding past a police officer on Nolensville Pike.

Ian Mathis: Drunk & Passed Out @ Taco Bell Drive-Thru | DUI & Weapon Charges

Ian Mathis was arrested just before 3AM on Saturday morning, when he was found passed out behind the wheel at a Taco Bell drive-thru on Gallatin Pk in East Nashville. When police arrived at the East Nashville Taco Bell, they found Ian Mathis passed out in the driver’s seat of his vehicle. When making contact, officers report and odor of alcohol, and suspected he was under the influence. Upon contact, Mathis did state that he had a Smith & Wesson 9 mm in the door, which was secured. Mathis was…

White Girl Wasted: Pulls Down Pants, Head Butts Cop, Kicks Cop in Face, Damages Cruiser – Sierra Lenigar

Sierra Lenigar was arrested on Wednesday evening after MNPD received multiple calls that she was pulling her pants down outside a store, and hitting vehicles. When officers arrived, she was “highly intoxicated” and when MNPD took her into custody, the officer noted she was also possibly under the influence of “some narcotics”. She began to cuss at police, and once handcuffed and in the back of the cruiser, she head butted the officer that was buckling her seat belt. She then kicked him multiple times in the hand and leg.…