28-year-old Christian Montiondominguez was at the Holiday Inn Express on Broadway in the early hours of Saturday morning, yelling and screaming at security and front desk staff, who confirmed he was not a guest of the hotel. He made multiple threats against both people and refused to leave the property. As police took him into custody for trespassing, they noted him to be extremely intoxicated.
Tourist Todd Miller pooped in hotel elevator, scooted dirty butt across floor like a dog
Metro Nashville Police responded to the Hyatt Centric Downtown Nashville Hotel at 2 p.m. Monday, where 37-year-old tourist Todd Miller was due to check out as his stay had ended. Instead, he was reportedly extremely intoxicated and had just defecated in an elevator and was wandering the floors of the hotel while refusing to leave, including “scooting his poop-covered butt cheeks across the floor like a dog,” according to a witness account of the incident. As officers arrived, the staff pointed to a black Dodge Ram, which he had just gotten into and started the ignition, and that’s where police found the feces-covered man. Miller stated he had just finished a box of wine and asked for a lawyer. He was charged with DUI and transported to booking.
VIDEO: Tourist David Robbins charged in assault at Robert’s Western World
40-year-old David Allen Robbins has been identified as the man who became aggressive and argumentative at Robert’s Western World in September. The venue posted a video of the assault on social media. The video shows Robbins assaulting Sean Preece in the face using his elbow. Robbins traveled from North Carolina to Nashville this weekend and was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on the outstanding warrant charging him with felony aggravated assault.
Tourist Justin Martin drunk and disorderly in Nashville for New Year’s Eve
Metro Nashville Police responded to a call on Georgia Court in the early hours of Sunday morning to find 36-year-old Justin Martin extremely intoxicated and having trouble standing. Martin told police he was from out of town and was visiting friends but wasn’t sure where they were all staying or how to get in touch with them. Unable to provide any information to get him to a safe place, Martin was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Tourist Anthony Bauer threatens to “R-Kelly” someone in jail until they have a ‘happy ending’
19-year-old tourist Anthony Harold Bauer was asked to leave the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel late Sunday night as they determined he was not a guest at the hotel but was relaxing on a couch in the lobby, but he refused to move from the couch. He was visibly intoxicated, and despite multiple requests from officers, he refused to leave the hotel. As he was being placed under arrest for trespassing and public intoxication, he tensed up and resisted arrest. Once at the patrol car, Bauer attempted to head-butt officer Reynolds and was escorted to the side of the vehicle, and he spat on officers twice during a struggle to get him seated inside. Once at booking, Bauer exclaimed, “I’m going to p** in someone’s mouth, and they’re going to org*sm.”
Benjamin Clark strikes Police Lieutenant in back, cited for disorderly conduct
21-year-old Benjamin Clark of McMinnville is charged with disorderly conduct after he struck Metro Nashville Polie Lieutenant John Batty on the back and quickly walked away just before 1 a.m. near 4th & Broadway in downtown Nashville. As officers detained him, he continued to be disorderly in public and stated he had “four drinks” so far in the evening. Despite him continuing to be irate and ignore commands, Clark was issued a state citation for disorderly conduct and sent on his way. He was booked on that citation this week.
Lindsey Jett charged in drunken assault of her mother in Nashville Motel
Amy Jett told police that her 19-year-old daughter, Lindsey Jett, “does this when she gets drunk” when describing how Lindsey attacked her mother, biting her wrist and her rib cage, and then strangling her with both hands. When police arrived at the Super 8 Motel on Royal Parkway, Amy explained the two had been taking shots together at another location earlier, and once back at the hotel room, an argument escalated. Officers documented bite marks and other injuries on the mother, along with ripped clothing. Lindsey had initially fled the scene before officers arrived but was taken into custody a short time later.
Tourist Devon Feager threatens to beat MNPD officers & “break them in half”
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.
Ryan Goree charged after ripping off shirt, punching & wrestling another grown man in downtown Nashville
Officers working the downtown Entertainment District Initiative (EDI) found 29-year-old Ryan Robert Goree, from Nevada, in a fight near Broadway & 3rd Ave just before 2 a.m. where he and another individual had ripped off their shirts and began punching each other with closed fists and wrestling in the middle of the street. Goree was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Michael Hoskins charged with carrying handgun in downtown Nashville bar while intoxicated
Downtown officers were alerted to a man drinking at Jason Aldean’s Bar on Broadway who was in possession of a handgun inside the bar. Police arrived and located 21-year-old Michael Hoskins, from Leitchfield, KY, who admitted he was both drinking and carrying his firearm. He was described as smelling of alcohol, and with slurred speech while being unsteady on his feet. Hoskins was taken into custody and transported to booking.