51-year-old Rajiv Vyas of Lebanon, TN, refused to leave a downtown business at 100 Broadway despite multiple demands from both the management and police. He had become disorderly and was disrupting other guests, and by the time police arrived, he was “irate” with security at the location. He eventually looked at the police officers and said, “arrest me, or I’m going back upstairs!” Officers obliged, and he was charged with criminal trespass.
27-year-old Patrick Ryan ran up to a parked Metro Nashville Police cruiser at 4th & Broadway and slammed his hands onto the glass. As Officer David Collins rolled down his window to inquire as to how he could assist the visitor, Ryan stated “find my wife or take me to jail!” As Officer Collins exited the patrol vehicle, Ryan placed his hands behind his back without any further conversation or provocation and continued slurring his words, obviously intoxicated. He continued to have trouble standing and was taken into custody for public intoxication.
33-year-old Sade Deshay Harris has been indicted by a Davidson County Grand Jury on additional charges related to her continued and repeated assaults on the father of her child, Cheyenne Turner. Last year, a Grand Jury indicted her with aggravated assault and attempted murder after a June 2021incident in which she found him dining with a female at the J. Alexander’s, approached him, asking “so you’re out to eat with a girl?”, before grabbing silverware from a nearby table, chasing him into the parking lot, and stabbing him in the stomach and head with a knife, telling a stranger “I’m finna kill him!”.
The new indictment charges her with 3 new counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon: a November 2020 assault with a knife, a December 2020 assault with a knife, and an April 2021 assault with scissors, all against the same victim, Cheyenne Turner.