DUI: Mark Powell says he may have hallucinated seeing a deer on interstate & crashing into a car

52-year-old Mark Powell was driving on I-24 just before lunch Tuesday as he left his lane and made contact with another vehicle, causing them both to pull to the side of the interstate to file a report. The driver of the impacted vehicle contacted THP, stating that Powell was “not acting right” and was possibly intoxicated. Trooper Priest arrived and Powell claimed there was a deer on the interstate and he swerved to avoid it, but was unable to do so and impacted the deer. However, the other driver stated no deer was present. He then said he ran into the truck and not the deer, then seemed really confused about dates and times, and was holding onto his car for balance. He admitted to taking Xanax and Oxycodone, and states his medicines sometimes cause him to hallucinate.

OnlyFans model Mira Kloepfel overdosed on Fentanyl while a child was in the backseat of the vehicle

23-year-old Mira Sean Kloepfel is charged with child endangerment (under eight years of age) and drug possession after police say she overdosed inside of a vehicle while a child was in the back seat. Once revived with Narcan, Kloepfel admitted she was using Fentanyl mixed with Xanax, which police found the remainder of inside her purse. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $27,500.

Molly New says she had “a sip or two” of wine + Xanax prior to DUI crash

30-year-old Molly New told officers she had “a sip or two” of wine, along with at least one Xanax bar that she got from “an undisclosed person” prior to crashing her vehicle in Goodlettsville overnight. She initially claimed she didn’t have anything to drink at all, but was more forthcoming as the investigation continued. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was instead on her feet, had slurred speech, and was generally impaired to a point it was unsafe for her to be driving.

DUI: Ryan Durocher says he had 6 Percocet, 7 Xanax, 2 beers, prior to crash

23-year-old Ryan Durocher told police he had 2 beers, 6 Percocet, and 7 Xanax, in the hours prior to crashing his 2002 Chevy Blazer. He consented to field sobriety tests and performed poorly according to the arresting officer. He was transported to Metro General for a blood draw and then booked into custody, charged with DUI.

1.5 Kilos of Xanax, 324 LSD stamps, 8 lbs weed & more seized during arrest of Kevin Tuttle $385K Bond

24-year-old Kevin Tuttle is jailed on a $385,000 bond and a probation hold after Metro Nashville Police coordinated with Smyrna PD to take him into custody. After fleeing from Smyrna Police’s traffic stop, he took MNPD on a chase through the city in his Nissan Maxima from a Nolensville Rd Kroger through Antioch where he tossed out a safe with a large sum of money, all the way to Richard Jones Rd and Villa Place, all while being tracked by AirONE. Police would eventually recover 8 pounds of marijuana, 1.4 Kilos of Xanax, 324 LSD stamps, 62 grams of liquid THC, 243 grams of THC wax in 9 jars, and 88 grams of crystal meth. His mugshot was not immediately available before publication.

Front desk clerk charged with theft of Xanax from guest’s hotel room

32-year-old Sara Weaver is charged with aggravated burglary after she was captured on video entering a guest’s hotel room at a Nashville Red Roof Inn where she worked as a front desk clerk. She is accused of taking a bottle of prescribed Xanax pills and using her hotel master key to commit the crime.

Police say man was emotional and “conversing with a tree” prior to arrest by petty cop

Goodlettsville Police charged 31-year-old Zackary Ryan Phillips with public intoxication after finding him “conversing with a tree” and “becoming very emotional” during said conversation. Phillips admitted to taking Suboxone earlier in the evening. Officer Herendeen then became petty, causing an $1,100 bond to become over $11,000 after he missed something during his search of the man who was unable to even remain conscious during interactions.

Man nods off in pedicure chair with meth, heroin, and Xanax; police have to put his shoes back on his feet

36-year-old Rayburn Hollis walked into Li-En Nails Monday afternoon to get a pedicure, settled into a chair, and removed his shoes to wait his turn. Police say he was so high on narcotics he immediately nodded off and could not stay awake. Police had to put his shoes back on his feet for him so they could transport him to jail for the heroin, Xanax, and suspected methamphetamine they found on him.

“Cocked and loaded” – Trio charged in downtown vehicle burglaries, one hid in trunk

27-year-old Timothy Lewis, 19-year-old Colt Cowart, and 21-year-old Caleb Burgin were charged with multiple crimes after they were reported for breaking into cars and found in possession of Xanax and a loaded gun.