Officers were dispatched to the intersection of 3rd Ave. South and Demonbreun St. on September 30th regarding a disorderly individual. 45-year-old Joseph Wells was seen cursing and yelling at pedestrians even after officers advised him to stop. Wells was taken into custody and transported to booking.
21-year-old Joseph Martinez was arrested outside Jason Aldean’s bar early Saturday morning for fighting. Police reported Joseph tried to punch a random individual after identifying him with his license. He was searched and placed into the patrol vehicle to be transported to booking.
28-year-old George Levine was reportedly roaming around Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital Tuesday afternoon. Vanderbilt Police contacted George, who staff said snuck into the hospital through the back loading dock door. After that, he began entering into restricted areas through stairwells without permission to do so. He ignored staff who attempted to talk to him, causing a disturbance. Eventually, they helped George out of the hospital and to Vanderbilt University Police. He then ignored the police, who arrested him because he had no reason to be on the property.
46-year-old Daniel Augustine was “harassing bartenders and staff between bars on Division St.” on September 25th, according to an arrest report. When officers arrived, they were told by the bartenders that Daniel was inside the Loser’s Bar and they wanted him off the property. One of the bouncers told the police he was not welcome, and the police followed Daniel and the bouncer, who began to fight. Police intervened and attempted to place Daniel into handcuffs. Instead, he grabbed an officer’s ankles. While fighting the bouncers, the police told Daniel multiple times to stop or they would taze him. An officer deployed the Taser into Daniel’s side, but he attempted to grab the Taser out of the officer’s hand. After he was unsuccessful, police were finally able to take him into custody. Multiple staff members told police that he had displayed this annoying behavior all day, and he had the smell of alcohol emitting from him. He had no friends or family in the area to care for him, so police placed him into custody and transported him to booking.
33-year-old Sadonia Kertchaval was jailed on September 23rd after police responded to a call regarding a shoplifter at a convenience store on Lafayette Street. When police arrived, they observed Kertchaval and multiple others threatening to fight one another. Officers detained Kertchaval to keep her from fighting, but she continued to make threats and lunge at people until she was placed in the back of the patrol vehicle. Officers could smell alcohol coming from Kertchaval, and she advised that she had a few drinks before the incident. The officers told her they would let her go if she left the area with her friend and advised that she would be arrested if she tried to fight the people around her. She agreed, and the officers took the handcuffs off of her. As soon as she was uncuffed, she immediately walked past her friend’s car and toward the people around her to try to fight once again. Her friend had to hold her back. She was then placed into custody and transported to booking.
22-year-old Madelyn Blevin was fighting with a man on the sidewalk of 7th Ave when police intervened on September 21st. After being separated, Madelyn got into the police officer’s face and began cursing at them. She kept walking towards the male she was fighting with, and the police told her not to, so she continued to get in their faces. Police noticed a smell of alcohol on Madelyn as she refused to back off of them. They attempted to place her into custody, and she resisted by locking her arms, pulling, and walking away. She continued to pull away from the police, but they eventually were able to take her into custody and transport her to booking.
34-year-old Brian Gary was jailed after causing a disturbance at Second Fiddle bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville Thursday night. Security at the venue told police that Gary was so intoxicated he was falling into people. He was asked to leave and repeatedly refused. He told police he “wasn’t worried about it” when they repeated the demand to leave the property. He was given one last opportunity to walk away and was transported to booking when he refused.
22-year-old Ariana Alexander was seen revving her Lexus SUV’s engine at the intersection of Elm Hill Pike and Fesslers Lane by police on September 13th after midnight. Police reported that her window tint was too dark, and she accelerated quickly, not stopping completely for a red light, turning onto Murfreesboro Pike. She then sped above the posted 40 mph speed limit before the officer conducted a traffic stop.
Police approached Ariana’s vehicle, which smelled of marijuana, and her breath smelled of alcohol. Police reported that in plain view was a burnt marijuana cigarette, so they asked Ariana to exit the vehicle and perform sobriety tests. Ariana told police that she had one shot before the end of her work shift at 6 p.m. and smoked some marijuana the day before. Reportedly, she was loud, belligerent, and could not focus on the tasks she was told to do. Police detained her when she attempted to leave after she performed the tests. While she was detained, she began yelling at friends across the street to help her, yelled loud enough to stop patrons at the business across the street, and refused to stop screaming. She did not consent to any chemical testing. Police searched her vehicle, yielding an empty packet of aluminum foil, rolling papers, and a small amount of marijuana shake.
41-year-old Jonathan Agramonte spoke to Nashville Airport Police Officer Redifer after he was reportedly drunk at gate C23. Officer Redifer described Jonathan as being visibly intoxicated. Jonathan was talking loudly and yelling at officers while they were trying to get him a taxi to a hotel. He disobeyed the officer’s commands to quiet down and leave the airport. The officer then placed him into custody for disorderly conduct and public intoxication.
40-year-old Vademark Holser was denied entry to a bar on Broadway due to his level of intoxication, staff told police. They told police that after Vademark was denied entry, he refused to leave, forcing his way past security. Vademark was visibly intoxicated when police spoke to him, and they tried to give him a misdemeanor citation. But once he was in the patrol vehicle, he angrily told police that he was going to fight and rape everyone when he was released. Police then determined, due to his level of intoxication and threats, that he would be a danger to the public. He was taken into custody and transported to jail.