Steven Reid assaults woman after allegedly soliciting her for sex, wanted his money back due to “lack of services”

57-year-old Steven Reid had an altercation with an intimate partner, Breyona Bunkley, at the Atrium Way La Quinta Inn & Suites on the morning of May 24th. Reid spoke with responding officers, telling them that he met Bunkley in downtown Nashville on Broadway, where she solicited prostitution before they headed to his hotel room. He claimed while they were still in his car, he had lost the $200 he was going to pay Bunkley, who “fondled him” as he drove. Then, Reid decided to go to the gas station to retrieve another $200 from the ATM. Once they returned to the hotel, he said Bunkley “fondled him” again and started giving him oral sex. Reid said the act lasted “less than five seconds,” and she was ready to leave. Reid wanted his money returned due to a “lack of services.” Then, Bunkley told officers Reid began taking off his clothes, wearing nothing but his underwear. Bunkley thought he was going to have sex with her, but she did not want to, so she called the front desk and told them, “A sexual assault was about to happen.” Then, a fight ensued, which continued into the hallway as Reid tried to retrieve his money from Bunkley’s purse, but the cash was not there.  Afterward, Reid attempted to grab her phone as she waited for the elevator. The incident was captured on camera. Reid gave officers Bunkley’s phone and purse. Additionally, Bunkley stated she and Reid went to his hotel room to “drink” and “hang out,” denying any fondling or oral sex had happened. Officers noticed she had a swollen lip and a broken purse strap. Reid was taken into custody for assault.

Albulen Maksuti fights with security & police at The Stage on Broadway

28-year-old Albulen Maksuti, owner of Auto Spot, was removed from The Stage on Broadway in the early hours of May 25th. After security escorted him outside the establishment, he became highly combative. Maksuti repeatedly charged at security, so they had to push him away multiple times. Officers observed this and moved between them because Maksuti approached them violently. Security personnel advised officers that Maksuti was trying to fight with another patron when he became belligerent. Maksuti pushed and pulled away from security guards while trying to charge toward the location’s front door. Then, officers noticed he reeked of alcohol and was “extremely uncooperative” despite being given multiple chances to leave. Maksuti yelled at officers and started to get in their faces, so they went to detain him. Maksuti began resisting arrest, pulling his arms away and locking his joints until officers placed him on the ground, where they handcuffed him. Maksuti was taken into custody for disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and public intoxication.

Nathan Ryan charged in assault of girlfriend at Play Dance Bar in downtown Nashville

19-year-old Nathan Ryan was observed arguing with his girlfriend, Mia Grass, outside of Nashville’s premier gay dance club, Play Dance Bar, just before closing time Sunday morning on Church Street in downtown Nashville. He placed his hands on the victim as officers attempted to intervene in the domestic disturbance. Nearby security also demanded he take his hands off the victim. Ryan was detained, but while attempting to get a statement, he fled from officers on foot. He eventually returned to the scene and was taken into custody. The victim says the two argued after he got too close to her, and she shoved him away to create distance. He then reportedly pushed her back to a wall and held her there. He claimed she hit him first, and he was only defending himself. Statements from security and police determined him to be the primary aggressor, and he was taken into custody and transported to booking.

BUI: Sean Brylow tells police he drank “probably 7 beers” before driving boat on Percy Priest Lake

27-year-old Sean Brylow was observed operating a vessel that did not display its registration on Percy Priest Lake in the evening hours of May 25th. Officers observed this and approached the boat, where they spoke with the driver, Brylow, who showed reeked of alcohol and showed signs of impairment. Brylow then admitted to drinking “a decent amount,” and later clarified that it was “probably 7 beers.” Officers had him board their vessel to take sobriety tests, during which he performed poorly. After being read implied consent, he agreed to provide a chemical sample. Brylow was taken into custody for boating under the influence.

James Bodell punches security guard at Chief’s on Broadway, tells police he “didn’t do anything”

41-year-old James Lawrence Bodell fought with security, Bruce Attwood Young III, at Chief’s on Broadway late May 21st. Young III spoke with officers, advising that Bodell tried to enter the bar after being refused entry. Young III then pushed Bodell to get him away from the door. Bodell responded by punching him in the face before being restrained on the ground. Bodell told police that he was going to the restroom when security “punched” him and that he “didn’t do anything.” Officers noticed Bodell reeked of alcohol, had a scrape on his knees, and showed signs of impairment. Officers deemed him unable to care for himself and detained him for the incident. Bodell was taken into custody for public intoxication and assault on May 22nd.

Joshua Reese caught driving on revoked license after ignoring officers attempting to pull him over

31-year-old Joshua Reese was seen evading police in a white Dodge Charger at Hillhurst Drive on May 21st. Law enforcement attempted to pull Reese over, but he continued down Hillhurst Drive to the rear of a home. Officers witnessed Reese, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, exit the car, hold his hand against himself, and enter the house. Officers ordered Reese to stop and attempted to apprehend him but could not. A few moments later, Joshua Reese exited the house, was taken into custody, and charged with evading arrest and driving with a revoked license on May 22nd.

Scott-Lee Herbert threatens employees with metal chair at Nectar Urban Cantina

52-year-old Scott-Lee Herbert was seen with a weapon being disorderly at Nectar Urban Cantina on May 21st. When officers arrived, they made contact with two employees at the location. The employees told officers that Herbert came inside and started yelling at customers. When they confronted Herbert, he grabbed a metal chair and threatened to hit them with it. The employees stated that his actions made them fear for their lives, so they backed up and contacted law enforcement. When they did, Herbert dropped the chair and fled the scene. Officers were able to locate him at the Dollar General on Lebanon Pike and detain him. Officers escorted the employees from Nectar Urban Cantina to the mentioned location, and they identified him. After searching Herbert, officers found a hat from Nectar Urban Cantina. The workers informed officers that he had not bought the hat and that it had been stolen. Officers also found an alarm clock, and an employee from Dollar General came outside and told them that he had witnessed Hebert take it from the store. While searching Herbert, officers reported that he continued to resist and pull away after being told not to. Scott-Lee Herbert was taken into custody and charged with two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of theft, and resisting arrest.

Monique Bigelow bites her roommate during argument

27-year-old Monique Rose-Marie Bigelow had a domestic altercation with her roommate, Corey Lamont Russell, at their West Grove Avenue residence on the night of May 21st. Upon arrival, the police spoke with Russell, who stated that he and Bigelow had an argument, which escalated when she started striking him. Russell added that she bit his left forearm, leaving a visible wound. Then, when officers spoke with Bigelow, she admitted to biting him but said it was in self-defense. Bigelow was deemed the primary aggressor and was taken into custody for domestic assault on May 22nd.

DUI: Michael Singelyn drinks handle of Taaka Vodka before passing out in his Hyundai Sonata

22-year-old Michael Singelyn was observed sleeping in his Hyundai Sonata at Cane Ridge Park around 1:38 a.m. on May 21st. Officers noticed the car’s engine was still running as they approached it. Officers spoke with Singelyn, who advised them that he had been drinking but did not specify how much. Officers had him exit the vehicle, during which he stumbled and reeked of booze before saying he had bought a “handle of vodka” and had been drinking that, adding that it was still in the car. Officers later found a nearly half-empty 1.5 liter of Taaka Vodka in the backseat and asked him to perform sobriety tests. Singelyn consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. Afterward, Singelyn told officers that he was “passed out drunk” in his car and was “too intoxicated to drive,” so he stopped at the park to sleep. Additionally, he stated he was “drunk” and was about to throw up repeatedly. Singelyn refused to provide a chemical sample and was taken into custody for an implied consent violation and driving under the influence.

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