19-year-old Gary Henson was involved in a single-vehicle rollover on the interstate late Friday night. First responders report smelling alcohol on Henson as they interacted with him and noted his slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. Henson was “belligerent and extremely uncooperative” with police. He admitted to smoking marijuana and drinking “one beer” just before the accident. Inside the vehicle, officers found a half-consumed bottle of Crown Royal and a baggie of marijuana. Field sobriety tests could not be completed due to his hostility. Henson was transported to booking and charged with the marijuana, possession of a firearm that was found in the vehicle, and driving under the influence.
Police say 27-year-old Parker Chittenden was driving on the wrong side of Murfreesboro Pike, which is divided by a grassy median, in the early hours of Monday morning. A traffic stop was conducted, and it was immediately apparent to officers that Chittenden was heavily intoxicated. He initially admitted to consuming “two drinks” but later amended it to “four drinks” prior to driving. Police say he was both talkative and crying during their interaction. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was charged with DUI. He later blew a 0.112% BAC on a breathalyzer.
27-year-old Dalton Holdman was involved in a car crash Saturday and, when asked what happened, told police he didn’t remember and that everything was “still a blur.” He reportedly reeked of alcohol and had slurred speech during his interactions with officers. Inside the car, officers found an open beer can with only a small amount of liquid remaining inside. He was transported to Vanderbilt for minor injuries and later charged with driving under the influence (DUI).
22-year-old Elizabeth Bibb is charged with DUI with a child after a November crash on I-40. Officers arrived to find Bibb and her four-year-old daughter in the Ford Fusion. Bibb was visibly intoxicated and unsteady on her feet as she was taken to an ambulance to be transported to a local hospital. Her stepfather advised he believed she had been drinking earlier in the day, and she confirmed she used both Xanax and alcohol. She reportedly told a doctor at the hospital she “got too drunk,” which was relayed to police. Due to her being admitted to the hospital, she was issued a state citation, which she was booked on this week.
Officers were on Percy Drive on another unrelated call when they came in contact with 36-year-old Vitalina Yegorov Holder, who was standing beside her Silver Mercedes, which was parked with the engine running. Officers immediately noticed her slurred speech and the smell of alcohol. She admitted to drinking “two White Claws” prior to driving. She was reportedly so intoxicated that field sobriety tests had to be stopped for her own safety. Inside her car was an opened case of White Claw seltzer drinks with two open cans nearby. She would later blow a 0.147% BAC on a breathalyzer, as she found out there are, in fact, still laws when drinking Claws — something she should have known, as she’s married to local attorney Chris Holder.
36-year-old Florida Man Nicholas Giallombardo left Hooters just after 9 p.m. on November 22nd and hit a man which his vehicle as he approached a nearby stop sign. Police arrived to find the victim on the ground yelling at the driver. Giallombardo told police, “the crackhead walked out in front of me!” Officers noted that two of Giallombardo’s tires were on the pavement, while the other two were located off the pavement and into a drainage ditch. Officers report he was visibly intoxicated and smelled of alcohol. Giallombardo admitted to drinking two shots and “some beers” within the hour prior to driving. He was taken into custody and charged with DUI.
36-year-old Justin Doig was revived with Narcan after crashing his car into oncoming traffic on Gallatin Pike and being found unresponsive behind the wheel. He performed poorly on all field sobriety tests and agreed to have his blood drawn, but repeatedly told officers that narcotics might be in his system as he believed a hitchhiker he picked up earlier had drugged his drink.
32-year-old Emily Dryburgh was sitting inside a white Honda with the engine running when police encountered her on a disturbance call at 921 Woodland Street in the early hours of Wednesday morning. She advised she was involved in the disturbance that resulted in the call to police. Officers say they could smell alcohol coming from Dryburgh, and she had slurred speech. As she stepped out of the vehicle, it was apparent she was intoxicated. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was charged with DUI. Dryburgh is the co-founder of Young Music City and RNBW Music Collective.
51-year-old Nicole Noe crashed her Saturn SUV into a utility pole on Charlotte Ave late Sunday night but reassured responding officers that her suspended license wasn’t relevant, as she wasn’t “driving,” she was “traveling.” She repeatedly told officers, “I’m a nurse at Vanderbilt,” as she adamantly refused all medical treatment, stating she would know if she needed medical attention. She admitted to drinking alcohol earlier in the day, and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. She was taken into custody and charged with DUI. Records show that Noe received her CNA license with the state in 2003, which expired in April 2022.
Metro Nashville Police say 31-year-old Daanwayne “Wayne” Northern was unconscious behind the wheel of his black SUV when they found him collided with a barrier wall at 14th & Broadway in the early hours of Thursday morning. Once he was awake and alert, Northern claimed she didn’t have anything to drink and was coming from his girlfriend’s apartment on Broadway. Officers report he reeked of alcohol and had slurred speech during their interactions. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody for DUI.