Latina McClure punches police officer in face for arresting her brother

30-year-old Latina McClure and her brother, Gerald McClure, were escorted out of Rippy’s bar around 7 p.m. on June 9th. After being removed for their intoxication, Gerald approached a hotdog vendor and started yelling racial slurs at them. Officers attempted to calm him down, but he continued being disorderly, so they detained him, during which Latina started interfering. They directed her to step away, or she would go to jail, to which she responded by turning away from officers and then punching one in the face. Latina was then taken into custody for disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and the assault of an officer.

Andrea Kadeba punches man in face at Barstool Bar for disrespecting her friend

31-year-old Andrea Kadeba had an altercation with Joshua Duckett inside Barstool Bar late April 21st. Staff at the establishment flagged officers down and advised them of the incident. When they arrived, they spoke with Duckett, who stated that Kadeba had sat beside him at the bar. He informed her that someone was sitting there already. After repeating himself, she punched him on the right side of his face. Following the attack, a bartender escorted Kadeba out, during which she admitted to punching Duckett. She told officers that she punched Duckett because he was disrespectful to her friend. Duckett advised them that he wanted to press charges, and she was cited for the incident. Kadeba was booked on the citation of assault on June 3rd.

Marquis Terrell booked refusing to leave Jason Aldean’s Rooftop Bar

30-year-old Marquis Terrell was seen publicly intoxicated at Jason Aldean’s Rooftop Bar near Broadway Street on May 26th. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the staff of the bar, who stated that they had detained Terrell due to his intoxicated behavior. Staff also informed officers that earlier in the day, they had escorted Terrell out because he was extremely intoxicated. However, he proceeded to harass other people as he got back in line. Staff then asked Terrell to exit the line once more, and he became aggressive. Terrell then got in one of the staff members’ faces and posted up in an aggressive posture. Staff then took Terrell to the ground and detained him until they flagged officers down. Officers noticed he was extremely intoxicated, as well as his inability to maintain his balance. Officers then took Terrell into custody for public intoxication and disorderly conduct on May 27th.

Jason Vanhofwegen found passed out covered in vomit outside of Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk

47-year-old Jason Vanhofwegen was found passed out and covered in vomit outside of Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk around midnight on May 17th. Officers approached Vanhofwegen, woke him up, and noted that he was “extremely intoxicated.” Vanhofwegen told them he had been drinking and smoking marijuana that night. When officers asked him to stand up, he almost fell due to his level of intoxication. Then, Vanhofwegen stated he had no place to go and was alone. Vanhofwegen was deemed unable to care for himself and was taken into custody for public intoxication.

Lucas McClain strangles boyfriend underneath bridge on 8th Avenue

32-year-old Lucas McClain had an altercation with his boyfriend, Matthew Lee Harber, underneath the bridge on 8th Avenue South in the early hours of May 10th. Officers observed Harber in a prone position on the sidewalk outside Party Fowl without a shirt or shoes. Officers noticed Harber also had visible injuries on his neck, left shoulder, and elbow. Harber then stated that he and McClain argued over not having any cigarettes. During the argument, he said McClain “Raised his hand up like he was going to hit me, so I punched him three times on the head.” Then Harber said he was “taken to the ground by McClain, and he had his arms around my neck.” Harber added that McClain had physically abused him on several past occasions. When officers spoke with McClain, he stated that they had argued verbally, and when Harber started to walk away, he grabbed him. Harber then told them that he did not lose consciousness when McClain strangled him but threw all his stuff away and ran from him. Deputies located a couple also staying underneath the bridge, one of which was Renee Killburn, a witness. Killburn told officers that she had seen McClain “physically assaulting” Harber. McClain was taken into custody for aggravated assault.

Figueroa Serrano resists arrest after brawl at Whiskey Row on Broadway

21-year-old Figueroa Gabriela Serrano was one out of a group of individuals who were fighting inside Whiskey Row around 12:06 a.m. on April 28th. Staff from Whiskey Row flagged officers down, advising them of the altercation. Officers then arrived and observed several people scuffling in front of the establishment. When the police started breaking up the large group, they struggled with two of them, one being Serrano, who ran away from the scene. While escorting one of the involved individuals, he pointed out Serrano as the person he was fighting with. Officers went to detain Serrano, and he became resistive, even after numerous instructions to “Stop resisting,” causing them to take him to the ground to arrest him safely. Serrano was then taken into custody for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Gregory Middleton resists arrest after not paying his tab at Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk

46-year-old Gregory Middleton could not pay his tab at Kid Rock’s Bar in the early hours of April 26th. Officers were flagged down and advised of the situation. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the staff, who stated the patron, later identified as Middleton, had an outstanding tab of $201.18, and his card kept declining. Middleton told them he had another card in his wallet, which was in his vehicle, so officers escorted him there. Then, he said his name was “Patrick Garvis,” despite the credit card he tried using at the bar having the name “Paul E. Valente” on it. Officers also noticed his vehicle was registered to a “Gregory Middleton.” He could not find his wallet, so he entered the driver’s seat and started the car as if he were leaving. Officers talked him into getting out of the car and walked him back to the bar.

At the bar, Middleton stated he could pay using Apple Pay, but his phone was dead. The bar employees stated the business did not accept Apple Pay as a form of payment. Middleton could not cover his tab, could not order a way home, and was too intoxicated to drive or be alone, so officers detained him. As Middleton was detained, officers located 1.1 grams of marijuana in a yellow bag in his pocket. While trying to arrest him, he stiffened his arms and tried to push his body backward toward officers until they placed him into their patrol car. Then, Middleton refused to give officers his name or social security number, and they could not verify his identity with the names he provided. Middleton was taken into custody for theft of service, resisting arrest, and simple possession. Officers later discovered his name was Gregory Middleton.

DUI: Joshua Martin nearly hits two pedestrians after drinking “two beers” before driving

35-year-old Joshua Henry Martin drove through a red light and almost struck two pedestrians near the 3rd Avenue North and Broadway intersection in the early hours of March 24th. An APS Security employee, William Fenton, observed this, demanded Martin to stop, and notified officers. Officers told Martin to turn off and exit his vehicle when they arrived. Officers then asked if he had been drinking, to which Martin admitted to having “two beers,” adding he was on his way home. He consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and then refused to provide a sample after being explained implied consent. Martin was taken into custody for driving under the influence and implied consent.

Richard Thorpe harasses bystanders after being kicked out of Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk

47-year-old Richard Thorpe was escorted out of Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk by security at around 9:50 p.m. on March 24th. After this, officers observed Thorpe harassing bystanders outside of the bar. Officers approached him and attempted to provide him with a safe ride to his hotel. Thorpe showed multiple signs of impairment and could not give officers an address of where he would be staying for the night. So, officers deemed him a danger to not able to care for himself. Thorpe was taken into custody for public intoxication.

Alabama Tourist Carson Willingham resists arrest during fight involving multiple men on Broadway

22-year-old Alabama tourist Carson Daniel Willingham was one of numerous males observed fighting on the ground near Rep. John Lewis Way South and Broadway around 2:30 a.m. on March 17th. When officers arrived, they tried to detain Willingham but became resistive, disregarding their commands to stop. Willingham was taken into custody for disorderly conduct.