19-year-old Damondre Hayes faces multiple weapon and drug charges after an officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle he was a passenger in on January 26 when the license plate returned as not on file and did not have a functioning license plate light. As officers approached the red Nissan Altima, a bag of marijuana was in plain view in the front seat. All occupants were removed, and Hayes was found with 5.5 grams of cocaine, 31.6 grams of marijuana, and a Glock handgun.
Police say 29-year-old Zackary Harvey was the at-fault driver in a three-vehicle collision in East Nashville in the early hours of Sunday morning. Harvey claimed he was not the driver, but everyone else at the scene identified him as the driver, including two of his passengers, Cody Price and Dominick Jamison. Harvey, who reeked of alcohol, refused all testing and just repeated the word “lawyer” throughout the interaction. A search warrant was granted for his blood due to another party being injured. Once at the hospital, he struggled with officers and staff, not allowing them to draw his blood. He was additionally charged with resisting due to not complying with the order.
31-year-old Sarah Worden was the registered owner of the vehicle and was also a passenger. Police say she was also intoxicated, and everyone in the vehicle stated they had just come from a bar. Due to her allowing him to drive while knowing he was intoxicated, she was charged with DUI per-se.
26-year-old Ryan Napier was found stumbling on Hobson Pike with his blue jeans down around his ankles in Antioch late Monday night. Officers made contact with Napier, who was sweating profusely despite it being around 45 degrees. His speech was slurred, and he could not advise where he was going or coming from. He admitted to using narcotics but did not specify any specific drug. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Police arrested 86-year-old Anthony King Monday afternoon, charging him with the domestic assault of his son. Officers responded to a call at their shared residence on Rural Hill Road just after lunch. The victim, Walter King, says his father had been “verbally argumentative” that morning and stated he was no longer welcome at his house. Anthony then reportedly pulled a silver revolver and pointed it at his son’s face while threatening to shoot him. A witness at the residence overheard the threats.
Officers located 33-year-old Yarin Sanchez outside of AJ’s Good Time Bar in downtown Nashville late Saturday night after bouncers removed her from the venue for fighting with other patrons. She was visibly intoxicated and causing a disturbance, and she also wanted to report her phone was stolen. After taking the stolen phone report, Yarin drunkenly attempted to re-enter the bar she had just been kicked out of. Officers gave her warnings to stay outside, but she refused and was taken into custody for public intoxication.
22-year-old Tatiana Maldonado is free on pre-trial release after police say she punched MNPD Officer Peyton Wheatley in the back of the head multiple times in the early hours of Saturday morning. Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative responded to a fight call in downtown Nashville and made contact with Tatiana and her boyfriend, who was in a fight with others. As officers attempted to break up the altercation, the parties were not complying with commands. As Officer Wheatley was attempting to detain her boyfriend, Tatiana struck the officer in the back of the head multiple times. Officer Dennis Diesel took her into custody, and she was charged with assault of an officer.
29-year-old Genesa Hill crashed her vehicle on Briley Parkway in the early hours of Sunday morning. Police and Nashville Fire medics responded to the scene, and Hill refused all medical assistance. Officers say she was “hysterical and crying” and couldn’t stand up without assistance. Inside the vehicle was an open bottle of Hennessy, and Hill smelled of alcohol. She admitted to consuming “several shots” at a bar earlier in the night. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and later blew a 0.16% BAC on a breathalyzer.
Clarksville’s most prominent problematic party boy, BRAY2K, or as the judge calls him, Brayden Collins, was at Play Dance Bar this weekend when he says he was beaten by a bouncer, some of which was captured on video. The 19-year-old was with friends at the 18+ dance club, and the club even featured him on their social media and website photos from the evening. At some point, he was escorted out of the club after someone said he intentionally bumped into them. Brayden says he asked to apologize to the person but was escorted out instead. Once he was on the sidewalk, a video shows him being beaten as a member of the security staff holds him down.
Nashville Police say 58-year-old Lisa Hayes threatened the contractors installing Google Fiber in her neighborhood with pepper spray and an AK-47 if they didn’t leave her property. Paul Carter was a member of the team which directed traffic and attempted to determine the problem as the contractors did not speak English. Hayes was waving a large can of pepper spray around while demanding they get off of her property (which seemed to be the right-of-way) and yelled that if they didn’t leave her property, she was going to return with her AK-47 while gesturing to her house window which overlooked the job site. Officers arrived at the and Hayes wasn’t so quick to come outside with them present. She would only speak through her window and refused to cooperate with any requests without a warrant. She was taken into custody and charged with assault.
Breanna Dickey says she was cooking breakfast Friday morning when her 27-year-old brother, Derrick Jefferally, approached her from behind and attempted to grab her phone. When she thwarted the theft, Jefferally grabbed a red-handled knife and pointed it in her face, taking the phone by force. Officers arrived and met Jeffereally in the backyard of the residence, with the victim’s phone in his bag.