46-year-old Anthony Mctigue was found sleeping on a sidewalk in downtown Nashville by officers this weekend. Mctigue was visibly intoxicated when officers asked him to stand up, and he also admitted to having “a lot of beers.” Officers determined Mctigue was unable to take care of himself and placed him in custody for public intoxication.
43-year-old TSU professor Feras Shoukeir was jailed Monday after assaulting his wife when she reportedly refused to have sex with him. Layale Ajamy told police that Shoukeir walked into her bedroom and asked to have sex with her, but she refused because she had filed for divorce weeks earlier. She stated he hit her in her left arm and shoulder area, pushed her to the floor, and pulled her by her hair. She then went outside to the backyard and called her sister until she finally left the house after several more minutes of arguing and drove to Hermitage Library for assistance. She waited in her car until officers arrived and obtained an Order Of Protection. A warrant was issued for Shoukeir’s arrest.
22-year-old “Paige Christine” Brumm was booked on October 27th for a citation issued on October 5th regarding an assault at Honkytonk Central in downtown Nashville. On 10/5, officers spoke with George Kerhoulas, an Honkytonk Central employee, who stated that Brumm became upset when he told her to throw her drinks away when exiting the club, and she struck him on the top of his head with a “hammer fist” as people exited the bar. Jullianou Palermo, another staff member, also witnessed the assault.
28-year-old Bryon Thomas Kirkpatrick contacted police wanting to report his girlfriend missing on October 28. Officers were assisting Kirkpatrick when he told them that he was going to get his firearm to shoot up an unrelated establishment as he was visibly intoxicated. Kirkpatrick went to numerous officers to report the same crime, but officers were advised that Kirkpatrick’s girlfriend was at home. Kirkpatrick was taken into custody for public intoxication due to his inability to care for himself.
29-year-old Nicolas “Rocco” Cipriano was involved in a domestic disturbance with Hayley Murphy at Morris Apartments on October 30th. Officers were dispatched and observed Murphy crying on the ground, being comforted by a friend, Mr. Michael Ward Leverrier, when they arrived. Leverrier told officers that he heard Murphy and Cipriano screaming at each other and observed him holding her down on the ground. Then, Leverrier stated he stopped Cipriano from hurting Murphy and told him to walk home due to his level of anger and intoxication. Cipriano let Murphy up after Leverrier told him to calm down. Cipriano was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
22-year-old John Perez was video recording over the stalls in the female’s bathroom at FGL House this weekend, according to security at the venue. Officers responded to FGL House regarding the public annoyance call. Perez was already being detained for filming in the women’s bathroom and being transported when he offered Officer Tucker $2500 for his freedom. Perez was charged with bribery of a public servant and disorderly conduct.
23-year-old Avery Herrmann crashed her vehicle into the median on I-65 North this weekend. Officers responded to mile marker 77 on I-65 N regarding a single-vehicle collision and observed Herrmann as they arrived. Herrmann told officers that she was coming from a bar where she had two double shots of tequila and a Truly hard seltzer before driving. Herrmann was visibly intoxicated as she consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly before refusing to take the remaining tests. Herrmann was taken into custody for driving under the influence and transported to booking.
23-year-old Casey Tuffo threatened to kill officers and their families after being placed in custody this weekend. Officers were dispatched to Vibes Bar & Lounge regarding a fight. The security of the bar detained Tuffo, who was believed to be the suspect in the fight. Officers arrived and observed Tuffo screaming that there was no probable cause for his arrest. Tuffo complained about his wrist hurting, and as officers attempted to fix the handcuffs, he pushed Officer Pfeiffer and began to run away. Officers told Tuffo to stop multiple times but had to draw Tasers to get him to comply. Tuffo was taken into custody for disorderly conduct, evading arrest, resisting, public intoxication, and assault of an officer.
35-year-old Robert Thurman was booked this week on an outstanding citation from October 1, charging him with assault. Skylar Goodman says he was traveling near 5th & Broadway when he honked his horn to help facilitate traffic to move along. Thurman then threw a beer at Goodman’s window, which was open, and the beverage doused Goodman and his passenger. During an interview, Thurman admitted to assaulting Goodman with the beer and that he had “made a mistake.”
29-year-old Christian Haggerty was at a home on McPherson Drive Friday afternoon when detectives executed a search warrant on the residence. Inside Haggerty’s vehicle, officers found a felony amount of hallucinogenic mushrooms. Haggerty was taken into custody, and his magic mushrooms were taken into evidence.