Russell Tinney found walking naked in roadway near Nashville Airport

36-year-old Russell Tinney was found completely naked and walking in the middle of the roadway on Knights of Columbus Blvd near BN Drive Saturday evening. Airport Police responded to the call and identified Tinny, who is from South Carolina, and said he was extremely intoxicated. He was placed into custody and charged with public intoxication.

Joseph Horsley — too drunk to fly at Nashville International Airport

56-year-old Joseph Horsley was jailed on April 2nd after being too drunk and falling at Nashville International Airport. Police responded to terminal B to find Horsley lying on the ground, reeking of alcohol. He had red, watery eyes and a red flushed face. Police helped him to his feet, but he was still very unsteady. Horsley was uncooperative and aggressive with the police and was arrested for public intoxication as he was a danger to himself.

BNA: Brianna Cosby denied boarding, assaults boyfriend and police officer

Airport Police say 31-year-old Brianna Cosby was denied boarding a flight at the Nashville International Airport on February 12 due to her level of intoxication. She then began to push and hit her boyfriend, Kelso Griffin, who was holding on to her from behind and attempting to calm her down when officers arrived at the gate. She refused to calm down and was too intoxicated to care for herself, so she was placed into custody for public intoxication and domestic assault. After being placed into handcuffs, she reportedly kicked Officer Wisarut Sinchai in the leg twice.

Jordan Lewis busted using fake identity to rent a car at Nashville Airport

23-year-old Jordan Kyle Lewis faces multiple charges after he attempted to rent a car at the Enterprise counter at the Nashville International Airport on November 13th. His Georgia identification, which listed him as ‘John Head’ was not verified as valid in their system, so they called Airport Police to verify it was valid. The clerk mentioned to him that officers were on the way to ensure it was good, and he fled the airport.

But wait, there’s more. Two hours later, Lewis returned to the airport in different clothing and appeared at the National counter for a second attempt to rent a car using his real information this time. The fake Georgia ID was found in his backpack. He is charged with felony forgery, felony criminal simulation, and criminal impersonation.