Shondarrius Cook charged with DUI after drinking in downtown Nashville

30-year-old Shondarrius Cook says he drank Moët & Chandon, Dom Pérignon, and had a shot of tequila in downtown Nashville late Saturday night before as he blew through an intersection, nearly hitting a Metro Nashville Police patrol car that was at the intersection. As he slammed on his brakes, Cook was rear-ended by another vehicle. Cook attempted to drive away from the scene until the officer activated his siren. The vehicle reportedly reeked of marijuana, and Cook was confused about the interaction with police and had trouble forming complete and coherent phrases. He did advise he was coming from downtown, and officers noted a red stamp from a club was on his hand. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests, and when he learned he was going to be taken into custody, he attempted to run, and it took additional officers to contain him. Officers also located a small amount of marijuana (3.8 grams) in the vehicle.

“Here I Come, Nashville!” — Tourist Crystal Stohr unlocks her Nashville mugshot achievement

On Wednesday, 30-year-old Crystal Stohr posted to her social media, “Here I come, Nashville!” as she left Nebraska. By Friday afternoon, she posted photos from Kid Rock’s Bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville. By Saturday, she had the ultimate exclusive Nashville souvenir — a mugshot from music city. She was so intoxicated and disruptive at Redneck Riveria that she was asked to leave the venue. When her friend arrived to assist her, she refused to walk with them and drunkenly ran away along Broadway multiple times. She was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.

Michaela Richards bites MNPD officer in the leg, attempts to assault others during arrest

Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville early Sunday morning were flagged down for a fight near 2nd & Broadway.25-year-old Michaela Richards had approached a vehicle in the roadway and punched the window. Witnesses say she then shoved another female on the sidewalk. Officers say they “corralled” her and took her into custody for public intoxication. While waiting for entry into the jail, Michaela bit an officer on the leg, causing an injury, attempted to bite two more, kicked an officer in the face, and attempted to headbutt an officer. 

Joshua Weiler strangles his wife when she doesn’t want to hear about his bar fight

Amy Weiler says she was asleep when her husband, 34-year-old Joshua Weiler, came home extremely drunk and bragging about a bar fight he had been in. She asked him to be quiet, and he then reportedly began to berate her, call her names, and become increasingly aggressive, slapping her in the face. She says she spalled him back and then he began to strangle her neck, leaving clear finger marks on the side of her neck. She says he continued to slap and hit her in the face as she attempted to defend herself. She was transported to the hospital for a laceration and bump from being smashed into the headboard and to be monitored for the strangulation. Joshua was charged with felony aggravated assault/strangulation.

Woman charged in assault of boyfriend when he says he can’t protect her from an ex in jail — Tiffany Russ

Police say 48-year-old Tiffany Russ was drinking when she received a message from an ex-boyfriend who was in jail in Memphis, and her current boyfriend told her he was unable to protect her from the ex-boyfriend who was in jail. Witnesses say she became increasingly angry and began to use a knife to cut up furniture around the home, also breaking a window and a vase. When the current boyfriend, Ronald DeVaughn, tried to “calm her down” she slashed at him with the knife causing him to be in fear she was going to attack him.

Nashville man wore ballistic body armor while burglarizing vehicles “for his own protection”

One citizen called police, while another held Kevon Sherrill at gunpoint after finding him rummaging through vehicles at a Hermitage apartment complex. Sherrill faces burglary and theft charges, and an additional felony charge for wearing body armor during the commission of a felony. He says he wore it “for his own protection”.