DUI: Jacob Menendez drinks 3 cans of Truly before trying to drive past police roadblock

22-year-old Jacob Menendez tried to drive past a police roadblock on February 11th. Officers were working on a traffic crash when they noticed Menendez trying to drive through oncoming traffic to pass a police roadblock, so they ordered him to stop. Officers noticed a strong odor of alcohol and an open case of Truly Hard Seltzers on the passenger floorboard as they approached the driver’s side of Menendez’s vehicle. Menendez admitted to having three cans of Truly, consented to sobriety tests, and performed poorly. Menendez then provided a blood sample after being informed of implied consent. Menendez was taken into custody for driving under the influence.

Man charged with DUI after crash in Germantown — William Sidebotham

29-year-old William Sidebotham crashed his vehicle just before 9 p.m. Monday near 6th Ave. N & Jefferson. When officers found him, he was obviously intoxicated, had trouble standing, and admitted to consuming three drinks prior to driving. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and refused any blood or breath testing.

Sidebotham was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail and charged with DUI and violation of the implied consent law. He is free on pre-trial release.

DUI: 21-year-old crashes after 2 Truly drinks & 4 tequila shots at Halloween Pary — Seth Cann

21-year-old Seth Cann is charged with DUI after leaving a Halloween party and crashing his car. When asked for his insurance, he provided a Valvoline service card. Cann admitted to having two Truly drinks, and 3-4 tequila shots before driving. After urinating on himself in the breathalyzer room at booking, he is free on pre-trial release.