Justin Matthew Stephens “gone in the Gulch” due to his level of intoxication

37-year-old Justin Stephens was found unconscious in the grass just outside the Turnip Truck in the Gulch late Friday night by police working patrol in the area. Officers were eventually able to awaken Stephens, who was disoriented and had difficulty answering questions. He reportedly reeked of alcohol and refused all assistance and transport to a local hospital. Left with no options, officers took him into custody for public intoxication and transported him to booking.

Anthony Barrie — screaming, crying, and drunkenly playing in traffic in downtown Nashville

24-year-old Anthony Austin Barrie told police he had been drinking at a downtown Nashville bar and had a “few drinks” before employees of Bar Louie in the Gulch noticed him drunkenly running through traffic and screaming and crying before arriving at their bar, where he cursed at employees. Metro Nashville Police arrived and attempted to facilitate a ride, but he refused and attempted to walk away. Barrie was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.

Ohio Tourist flashes other guests inside downtown hotel elevator — Michael Davidson

45-year-old Michael Davidson, who is visiting from Mason, OH, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail early Wednesday after he was found riding the elevator at the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Nashville Downtown/The Gulch while exposing his genitals to other guests and employees for the purpose of sexual gratification, according to police. Davidson is charged with indecent exposure and public intoxication and is free on pre-trial release.

Woman has lover arrested for leaving morning ‘gift’ in her eye.

A Nashville woman awoke to a surprise Saturday morning. She told police she opened her eyes at approximately 10 a.m. and noticed her intimate partner taking care of business in the bedroom closet. She says when he noticed she was awake, he walked over and gave her an unwanted gift that in a location only Lisa Lopes would appreciate. The victim was at her apartment at The Gossett on Church Saturday morning when she says she was sleeping in her bedroom and began to wake up. As she was opening…

Milk & Honey now facing 4 lawsuits seeking over $6 million after salmonella outbreak

UPDATE: Three additional lawsuits were filed this week against Milk & Honey, bringing the total to four. There are over 20 known patrons that fell ill from the salmonella outbreak in August of 2018. In total, the four current suits seek over $6,000,000.00 in damages.

Milk & Honey sued over Salmonella outbreak caused from raw unpasteurized egg use

Newly filed court documents reveal Milk & Honey served salmonella-tainted ‘short rib gnocchi’ to patrons during August of 2018, causing over 20 patrons to fall ill with salmonella poisoning, and the Metro Health Department to deem it an outbreak. Between August 3rd and August 15th of 2018, more than 20 patrons of Milk & Honey, a restaurant on 11th Ave S in the Gulch, were diagnosed with salmonella poisoning, according to the Metro Health Department, who formally deemed the incident an ‘outbreak’. Environmental, epidemiological, and lab testing linked the outbreak to the raw…

I go out walking.. After midnight.. To Bellevue.. From the Gulch

Up & Coming Nashville Chef Tyler Goodenough, who is also the longtime eye-candy boyfriend of Alyssa Trahan, was arrested just before 4 AM on Thursday morning, in a drunken attempt to walk to Bellevue… from the Gulch. MNPD Officers observed Tyler Goodenough, 23, stumbling down Laurel St near 11th Ave S in the Gulch, in the middle of the road. Upon contact, Goodenough stated he was intoxicated and “lost, just trying to get to Bellevue”. Officer Lutz reports he smelled of alcohol, was unsteady on his feed, had slurred speech,…

Uber Nashville Driver Posts Photo of Drunken, Passed Out Passenger, Abandons Him in Grass.

What do you do if you’re an Uber driver in Nashville, and your passenger is so drunk that after a twenty minute ride he has no idea where he’s going? Well, ideally you’d take him to the address he put as his destination in the pax app, assuming he was coherent enough to request an Uber, that much should, at least, be correct. What did new Uber Nashville driver Chris Jamison do? Every story has two sides, and according to his post on social media this morning, where he posted…