29-year-old Deidre Kyzer had a domestic altercation with her sister, Kathryn Kyzer, at their family home on Gordon Lane in the early hours of February 8th. When the officers arrived, they spoke with Kathryn, who advised them that her sister had been throwing away items belonging to their parents and was arguing with them about it. Then, Kathryn started throwing Deidre’s items in the hallway, trying to get her to understand what she was doing to her parents. This caused Deidre to push Kathryn in the chest and into the wall. Kathryn said that she pushed Deidre back to get away from her. Their parents, who witnessed the incident, corroborated Kathryn’s statement. Deidre stated she was not trying to put her hands on Kathryn and was trying to get her to stop touching her things and entering her room. Deidre Kyzer was taken into custody for domestic assault.
64-year-old Terry Sampson was involved in a domestic dispute with his wife, Nancy Sampson, on Magnolia Farms Drive on January 9th. Mrs. Sampson spoke with officers and advised them that she and Terry had argued regarding their shared pets and keys since they were separating. Then, she stated that the altercation escalated when he began to strangle her. She said that she started to punch and kick him in self-defense as he held her against a wall. Officers observed a scratch mark and some redness around her neck. Terry told officers that Nancy tugged at his shirt, hitting him, so he pushed her away in the neck area to defend himself. Then, he said she threatened to shoot him but did not have access to a gun. Officers determined that Nancy’s injuries were not consistent with his statements and deemed Terry as the primary aggressor. He was taken into custody for domestic assault.
45-year-old Roy Story, a Brentwood businessman, was involved in a car accident on Old Hickory Boulevard on the morning of December 19th. Officers responded to the crash and noticed Story was visibly intoxicated in the driver’s seat of one of the involved vehicles. They asked him for his driver’s credentials, and he seemed confused, asking them why they needed it. When asked if he had been drinking, Story responded, “Yes!”. Story then refused to take sobriety tests. A search of his vehicle yielded two cases of White Claw, one of which was opened with drinks missing. Story consented to a blood draw and was taken into custody for driving under the influence.
30-year-old Jonathan Murray was driving the wrong way on Robinson Road toward Madison in the early hours of December 10th. A citizen noticed this, stopped Murray, and removed him from the vehicle to sit on the grass as he called the ambulance. Murray’s car had damage to the bumper and a flat tire. Medics arrived and placed him in the back of the ambulance, where officers noticed him to be visibly intoxicated. They questioned him as he admitted to driving from a hotel in the gulch and having two shots of alcohol. Officers located a nearly empty drink can in Murray’s cupholder and a six-pack of Heineken with three beers left in the backseat. Murray was transported to the hospital and medically cleared in less than thirty minutes. He refused to take sobriety tests and was read implied consent. Murray was taken into custody for driving under the influence, open container violation, and implied consent.
41-year-old Jonathon Lemay fell on stage at the Rusty Nail Bar, breaking sound equipment before security asked him to leave, but he refused. He was escorted out and still refused to leave the property. Police arrived and spoke to Jonathan, who had visible signs of intoxication. They attempted to get him to call a cab, but he was too intoxicated to understand how to work his phone, so he was arrested for public intoxication.
51-year-old Arizona tourist Hope Trainor was jailed at Nashville’s 4th of July celebration after she pulled the mask off the face of another attendee, Bryan Riley. Riley flagged down police to let them know he punched her in the face after she ripped off his mask. She admitted to ripping the mask from his face, stating she “wanted to see who was under the mask.” As she was being detained, she pulled away from officers and was extremely intoxicated. Due to her general behavior and actions, she was taken into custody and faces multiple charges.
33-year-old tourist Kyle Rogers was at Luke’s 32 Bridge in downtown Nashville Thursday night when he was involved in a fight. As security broke up the fight, Rogers began to cause issues with the bouncers. He was escorted outside of the venue, where he encountered nearby Metro Nashville police officers. He was offered medical assistance and refused, and he also refused to go back to his hotel. Due to his high level of intoxication, he was transported to booking and charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication.
30-year-old Shondarrius Cook says he drank Moët & Chandon, Dom Pérignon, and had a shot of tequila in downtown Nashville late Saturday night before as he blew through an intersection, nearly hitting a Metro Nashville Police patrol car that was at the intersection. As he slammed on his brakes, Cook was rear-ended by another vehicle. Cook attempted to drive away from the scene until the officer activated his siren. The vehicle reportedly reeked of marijuana, and Cook was confused about the interaction with police and had trouble forming complete and coherent phrases. He did advise he was coming from downtown, and officers noted a red stamp from a club was on his hand. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests, and when he learned he was going to be taken into custody, he attempted to run, and it took additional officers to contain him. Officers also located a small amount of marijuana (3.8 grams) in the vehicle.
On Wednesday, 30-year-old Crystal Stohr posted to her social media, “Here I come, Nashville!” as she left Nebraska. By Friday afternoon, she posted photos from Kid Rock’s Bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville. By Saturday, she had the ultimate exclusive Nashville souvenir — a mugshot from music city. She was so intoxicated and disruptive at Redneck Riveria that she was asked to leave the venue. When her friend arrived to assist her, she refused to walk with them and drunkenly ran away along Broadway multiple times. She was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville early Sunday morning were flagged down for a fight near 2nd & Broadway.25-year-old Michaela Richards had approached a vehicle in the roadway and punched the window. Witnesses say she then shoved another female on the sidewalk. Officers say they “corralled” her and took her into custody for public intoxication. While waiting for entry into the jail, Michaela bit an officer on the leg, causing an injury, attempted to bite two more, kicked an officer in the face, and attempted to headbutt an officer.