22-year-old Ronan John Callinan and 23-year-old Conor Joseph Lynch were reported to be causing disturbances on the streets of downtown Nashville, and officers eventually were able to catch up with them at which time it was obvious they were heavenly intoxicated. Callinan resisted detainment and arrest, flailed on the ground, attempted to kick an officer in the head, and continued to spit toward officers and in the patrol car. The pair was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail.
39-year-old David Allen Touchet, a Texas realtor visiting Nashville, was jailed this weekend after he was reportedly being drunk and disorderly at the Renaissance Hotel and refused to go up to his room when asked, instead choosing to hurl racial slurs at a security guard, while punching another in the throat. He also fondled a statue of Loretta Lynn.
64-year-old Sally Mattis, of Memphis, was charged with DUI just before 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Harpeth River State Park in Nashville when police found her with 9 open and empty bottles of Barefoot Pinot Grigio in her vehicle, though she claims she only recently drank two. While talking with officers, she urinated all over herself mid-conversation and refused all testing.
Metro Police say 32-year-old Christina Samford attacked her cousin for being on the phone while on a visit to Antique Archaeology in Nashville. A video shows Samford pull the victim out of a truck and onto the ground, where the victim was punched and kicked.
Matthew Stokes, 23, of Albertville, AL was arrested and booked into the Metro Nashville jail on a charge of domestic assault after an altercation with his wife at Kid Rock’s Big Ass Honky Tonk Rock N’ Roll Steakhouse in downtown Nashville. He wanted to leave, she didn’t. He allegedly grabbed her by the arm and punched the elevator beside her.
36-year-old Cole Dawson Yeager reportedly told Tootsie’s security “I’m a boxer, mother f—–!” before punching the security guard, after being escorted from the venue to the back alley.
23-year-old Nicholas Perry Snyder told Metro Police his friends dared him to swim across the Cumberland River with his clothes and shoes on at 2 a.m. Saturday morning.
Monica Hoffmeyer, from Cookeville, was found passed out in a downtown parking garage, and when medics took her to the hospital, she earned a disorderly conduct charge, in addition to public intoxication, after she caused a scene and tried to flee on foot.
47-year-old Rebecca Hayes and her boyfriend were staying at the Best Western Music Row Thursday when an argument turned physical. During the argument, she bit off a piece of his ear, which was recovered, and he was transported to Vanderbilt due to his injuries.