Metro Nashville Police were dispatched to the intersection of Woodland Street and S. 14th St. in East Nashville, where they located 22-year-old Cameo Hamm seemingly passed out behind the wheel with the keys in the vehicle and her foot on the brake. Upon making contact, officers asked Hamm if she had anything to drink tonight, and she kept repeating, “Verizon.” Though most of her sentences were incoherent, police say she did admit to drinking alcohol prior to driving. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was charged with DUI.
Metro Nashville Police were responding to a fight at Jason Aldean’s bar in downtown Nashville. As officers were attempting to separate involved parties, 42-year-old John Elliot Purciful of Las Vegas began to interrupt and interfere with officers taking one of the parties into custody. He was pushing his way into the officer’s workspace and refused guided attempts at moving out of the way. Purciful eventually pushed an officer and resisted when officers attempted to detain him.
Roommates Cody Sandford and 24-year-old Anna Curp were in an argument at their Bell Road apartment when Sandford went to his room in order to de-escalate the situation, locking his bedroom and bathroom door to prevent her from gaining any access to continue the argument. As she began to beat on his door, he further pushed furniture in front of it to reinforce it, but she still managed to smash it open and began to crawl into the small space she had forced open. He attempted to push her out when she kicked him in the head.
25-year-old Brent Chandler Harris was observed punching his girlfriend, Kendall Baker, in the back of the head by an officer working traffic control at 4th & Broadway in downtown Nashville. The victim told police the two were arguing about which bar they were going to next, and she disagreed with him, so he punched her. Harris admitted to the assault and was taken into custody with a twelve-hour hold, leaving Baker to go to any bar she wanted without anyone disagreeing.
23-year-old Joquesha Crawford says she was lying in bed with the father of her child, Floyd Zunk, and slapped him in the face when he called her a “weak *ss b*-ch” just before 7 a.m. Tuesday. Police arrived and spoke with both parties. Zunk says it was an argument that was escalating when she slapped him. She was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
Witnesses called police after observing Sydney Medders running through a Nashville apartment complex screaming for help while being kicked by her boyfriend, 25-year-old Tarrell Grant. She was able to hide in a neighbor’s apartment until officers arrived at the scene. Officers found her with multiple injuries, including a bloody nose where she had been pushed into a wall, abrasions, and blood on her shirt. She did not want to prosecute for the domestic violence, and Grant told police “nothing happened.” Due to the circumstances, the relationship, and the history of domestic violence, officers prosecuted on her behalf and took Tarrell Grant into custody.
23-year-old Helen Yanuirian Calilx says her missing cell phone was pinging at Haunduras Restaurant on Murfreesboro Pike Thursday, so she drove to the location at 5:30 p.m. and found her boyfriend, Andy Plata, at the restaurant eating. Security footage from the restaurant shows she then confronts Plata aggressively and follows him around the restaurant yelling at him, while Plata is observed calmly walking with his hands above his shoulders and attempting to walk away and diffuse the situation. Plata told police she was abusive and aggressive toward him from the moment she walked in the door. Officers determined she was the aggressor in the situation and charged her with domestic assault.
At 2 a.m. Friday, Metro Nashville Police responded to an officer needing assistance call on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Officer Brenton Adcox says he came upon 38-year-old Thomas Dwyer, who was assaulting another man. As he commanded Dwyer to stop, Dwyer turned on the officer and began to punch him in the face and head multiple times before Officer Adcox could get him restrained. Dwyer stated he had “a few drinks” but felt he wasn’t drunk, and he claimed the man he was fighting had stolen his hat.
30-year-old Wamond Webb, who goes by the names “Walt Geezy” and “Wamond Macnificent Webb” on social media, is accused of splashing a beer in his girlfriend’s face, vandalizing her car, and then fleeing the scene with his mother as his getaway driver. Police met with Erica Faw at an East Nashville Citgo, where she was standing beside her heavily damaged Ford Escape. She told police that her boyfriend, Webb, threw the beer in her face and punched her just under her right eye, causing her to stop the vehicle as she was driving. She escaped into a gas station while Webb broke out the rear window of her car and damaged the door handles. As she approached him, she says he fled to a vehicle driven by his mother and left the scene. Officers also documented the rearview mirror was ripped off, the key was broken off inside the ignition, and the gear shift had been completely ripped from the console, rendering the vehicle inoperable.
22-year-old Texas tourist Adam Campos was involved in a fight at Kid Rock’s Bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville Sunday. He appeared to require medical attention but became combative when medics arrived and attempted to re-enter the bar to continue the fight with the other person from who he was now separated. While officers initially agreed to let him go about his night, a few minutes later they observed him standing near the entrance holding a knife, where they believed he was waiting for the other party to exit the bar. Campos then suddenly approached a police UTV and punched it with his fist. Deciding he was too intoxicated to be left alone, Campos was placed into custody and charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication.