28-year-old Luz Angel Becerra-Quezada was taken into custody for sexual battery on February 19th. Officers were dispatched to Winston Drive and spoke with the 13-year-old Juvenile Victim/JV’s parents. Her parents advised officers that Becerra-Quezada admitted to going to JV’s room and told them he was sorry for what he did. Detectives talked to JV, who stated she was asleep when she felt someone come into her room and sit on her bed. She said that she felt a hand touch her leg, going up toward her private area. Before the hand could reach her private area, she turned on the flashlight from her cell phone and saw that it was Becerra-Quezada, causing him to stop and leave the room. JV’s parents told officers there was a camera in the house and footage showed Becerra-Quezada deactivating it at 3:20 in the morning. Luz Becerra-Quezada was taken into custody and charged with sexual battery on February 19th.
23-year-old Seeley Sheldon stumbled as she walked around 4th Avenue South and Demonbreun Street near Walk of Fame Park on the morning of February 19th. Officers were alerted about an impaired person, later identified as Sheldon, needing assistance and noticed a strong alcoholic odor coming from her breath when they spoke with her. Sheldon gave officers her Canadian driver’s license, advising she was visiting Nashville and staying with a friend. Officers asked if anyone could pick Sheldon up and take her to her friend’s house, but she did not have her phone. Sheldon was deemed unable to care for herself and was taken into custody for public intoxication.
40-year-old Andrea Melissa Romero had a domestic dispute with her husband, Arturo David Soto, at Jason Aldean’s Rooftop Bar on the night of February 18th. Soto flagged officers down, advising them that he and Romero had an altercation, so officers separated the two to gather information. Soto stated they were leaving the bar when an argument sparked, so he went next door and returned as she was walking down the stairs. Then, Romero punched him on the left side of his face. Romero spoke with officers, telling them there was an argument, but nothing physical occurred. Officers reviewed the camera footage, and it correlated with Soto’s statement. Romero was taken into custody for domestic assault.
19-year-old Jason Patterson had an altercation with his ex-girlfriend, Julianna Hobbs, in front of her Harper Ridge Place apartment on the afternoon of December 31st, 2023. Hobbs advised officers that she was with both witnesses, Ryder Hayes Peele and Joseph Herrell, when they believed Patterson was following them. They were in front of their residence when Patterson came from the apartment entrance when Hobbs told him to leave because she believed he was banned from the complex. Then, Patterson threatened to fight her before he left, causing her to be in fear of injury due to previous domestic incidents with Patterson. Hobbs showed officers a picture of him in front of her apartment, and they deemed him the primary aggressor. Patterson was taken into custody for domestic assault on February 18th.
30-year-old Victoria Walker was jailed on February 18th after crashing at Harding Place. Walker told officers that she was on her way home to Lebanon from a friend’s house in Hermitage. Officers explained to Walker that the crash happened in Antioch outside the normal path taken from Hermitage to Lebanon. Walker then stated that she had taken a friend home but when officers asked for the friend’s name, she didn’t know it. Walker stated she left her friend’s house at 2 am on February 18th. However, the crash occurred 6 hours later at 8:15 am, and Walker was unable to account for the 6-hour time gap. Walker stated she didn’t recall the crash and was asked to consent to sobriety tests. Walker performed poorly and was taken into custody.
52-year-old Birthday boy Jeremy Waddell had a domestic incident with his fiancé, Alice Speicher, at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel in the early hours of his birthday, February 18th. Officers arrived, located Speicher, and were approached by security, who advised them that Waddell was in his room cleaning up blood. Waddell stated he and Speicher had an argument, where he headbutted her in the elevator. Waddell also said that Speicher hit him but was unsure if she hit him before or after the headbutt. After they spoke with Speicher, they deemed Waddell as the primary aggressor, and he was taken into custody for domestic assault.
36-year-old Zane Oxley was booked on February 18th for being disorderly at Martin’s Bar-B-Que on 4th Avenue. When officers arrived, they observed a group of individuals on the ground and separated them. Officers then ordered the group to leave the area. Oxley was ordered to leave several times by police. Oxley’s friend tried to pull him away to leave, but Oxley refused and became hostile toward officers. Officers ordered Oxley to leave once again, but he refused and clenched his fists as he approached the officers. Oxley was unsteady on his feet and smelled of alcohol. Oxley was given multiple opportunities to walk away but continued to ignore police. Zane Oxley was taken into custody for public intoxication.
25-year-old William Mark Greenlaw had to be removed from an Uber in the early hours of February 18th. The Uber driver requested officers to assist in getting Greenlaw out of his vehicle due to his intoxication level. Officers arrived and noticed a strong alcoholic odor on Greenlaw’s breath as he advised them that he could not remember where he was staying that night. Greenlaw was deemed unable to take care of himself and was taken into custody for public intoxication. During the transport to booking, he vomited twice in the back of the patrol car.
22-year-old Joshua Tristan Thomas sped on Interstate 40 East, driving at 96 mph in a 70-mph zone on February 17th. Officers observed this and activated their emergency equipment, initiating a traffic stop. Thomas pulled over to the right shoulder on the Exit 219 ramp. Officers approached, advising Thomas that he was going 26 mph over the posted limit, and asked for his driver’s credentials. Thomas told them he was coming from downtown Nashville and heading to his hotel, which was 5-10 minutes away. During their conversation, Thomas admitted to having 2-3 Margaritas earlier in the evening before consenting to sobriety tests and performing poorly. After being informed of implied consent, Thomas agreed to provide a blood sample and was transported to St. Thomas Midtown for the draw. Thomas was cited for speeding and then taken into custody for driving under the influence.
28-year-old Donald Miller was involved in a three-vehicle accident on I-24 late February 16th. Officers arrived and spoke with Miller, who advised them he was driving his white work van. Officers noticed him showing signs of impairment as he consented to sobriety tests, which he performed poorly on. After being informed of implied consent, Miller agreed to provide a blood sample. Miller was taken into custody for driving under the influence.