26-year-old Illinois Tourist Ryan Villanueva began to knock things from the bar and stage at Kid Rock’s bar late Friday evening. Security told him to stop, which only caused Villanueva to get aggressive with them. He grabbed the arm of one of the security staff, William Tomlinson, and ripped open the top of his shirt. Tomlinson then escorted him to the ground, at which time Villanueva kneed him in the side of the head. He was detained for Metro Nashville Police, and when they attempted to take him into their custody were also met with resistance. While being searched, he kicked backward and hit Officer Chetan Babbar’s knee.
26-year-old Preston Milburn had an altercation with his girlfriend, Peyton Manning, at their residence on January 24th. Manning reported waking up because Milburn yelled at her, screaming, “I hate you.” Milburn threw hangers at her as he was leaving. Manning then started to record the incident with her phone, and Milburn grabbed it, shattered it, and threw it into the woods in their backyard. Manning tried to leave, but Milburn forced her back into her bedroom, hindering her from leaving. Milburn then placed his hand over her mouth to keep her from screaming. About twenty minutes later, Manning was able to get away to a neighbor’s house so she could call the police. When officers arrived, Milburn fled the scene, so officers spoke with Manning and noticed her left hand was bleeding with a couple of broken fingernails. Milburn called the police to meet up but did not give any statements regarding the incident. Officers deemed Milburn the primary aggressor, and he was taken into custody for domestic assault.
19-year-old Nygia Noble was booked on February 15th for assaulting her boyfriend on Sonya Drive. Noble told the police that she and her boyfriend, Devonte Harris, were supposed to go on a date for Valentine’s Day, but he never answered his phone. So, Noble went to his apartment and knocked on the door. While at his apartment, Noble checked his phone and noticed another woman messaging him, which upset her. Noble admitted to knocking items over in the kitchen in anger. Noble told police that when she walked into the parking lot, Devonte grabbed her by the collar of her shirt and pushed her to the ground. Officers noted that Noble had no visible injuries.
Officers then spoke to Devonte, who stated when Noble got to his apartment, she began pounding on his apartment door, causing $200 in damage. Devonte opened the door, and Noble entered his apartment as they began to argue. Noble then threw a glass bottle at Devonte, which grazed him before falling to the ground and causing a two-inch dent in the wood floors. The estimated cost of the damages to the floor was $200. Noble then left his apartment and keyed the driver’s door of his Lexus. The estimated cost of damages to the vehicle was $2,000. Devonte admitted that to stop Noble from keying his car, he grabbed her by her shirt and pushed her to the ground. Noble was taken into custody for domestic assault and vandalism on February 15th.
20-year-old William Buchanan Weaver was one of two people captured on camera cutting a fence at the Altria Smokeless Tobacco building on Harrison Street on December 15th, 2023. The footage shows both suspects climbing up the exterior stairwell onto the roof. They tied a rope and rappelled down the side of the building before spray-painting the words “OSCAR,” “LTE,” and “SATED” on it. Both suspects descended from the roof and exited through the fence after causing nearly $7,500 worth of property damage. Investigators researched social media posts containing the tags “#OscarLTE” and “#sated” and discovered several graffiti art-style images like the words painted on the building. Officers found a profile linked to an “Oscar.” Officers learned that the owner of the social media account, later identified as Weaver, was from Nashville, TN, and had been arrested for vandalism in 2022. Photos from Weaver’s 2022 arrest showed the same three tags painted on the Altria building. Then, investigators located a YouTube video titled “Let Them Envy: Volume 1,” which was a compilation of graffiti artists who are part of the “Let Them Envy,” or “LTE,” group. In the video, several members are seen spray-painting various locations throughout Nashville, TN. The video showed one of the members, introduced as “Oscar” or “Amesh,” painting the word “OSCAR.” Later in the video, another member introduced as “Sated” is shown spraying the word “SATED.” It was revealed that Weaver owns a social media account named “@criketizm_wave,” where he is seen wearing the same necklace that “Oscar” wore in the YouTube video. Weaver was positively identified and was taken into custody for criminal trespassing and vandalism on February 14th.
60-year-old Logan Hall refused to leave a West Nashville Walmart on the afternoon of February 14th. Walmart security officer Wanda Robertson, and Phillip McCoy, a loss prevention officer, alerted the authorities, advising them that Hall was trespassing and told to leave after being caught shoplifting. Then, Hall re-entered the establishment, sparking an argument with Robertson in the entryway. During the argument, Hall pulled on his pant leg, releasing feces onto the ground. Officers also noted that a customer nearly stepped in Hall’s feces as well. When officers arrived, they reviewed footage confirming the incident and were told that Walmart wished to prosecute. Hall was taken into custody for vandalism and criminal trespassing.
24-year-old Asia Price was jailed on February 14th for assaulting her live-in ex-girlfriend, Zynese Brinkley. Brinkley told officers that she and Price had begun arguing over a Snapchat post. Price took Brinkley’s phone and refused to return it, holding it over her head. When Brinkley tried to get her phone back, Price punched her in the face. Brinkley stated that her brother came over and separated them, which is when Price smashed Brinkley’s phone on the counter. Price then took Brinkley’s glasses and broke them in half. Price admitted to breaking the phone and the glasses. Asia Price was taken into custody for vandalism and domestic assault on February 14th.
20-year-old Jovani Murillo had a domestic altercation with his ex-girlfriend, Leslie Torres, at her Saturn Drive residence on November 13th. Torres reported that she had recently broken up with Murillo and asked him to return the clothes she had left at his house. Torres later heard a vehicle honk its horn in front of her home, stepped outside, and saw her belongings on fire. Torres observed Murillo get back into his car and drive off. Torres reviewed the footage from her front door camera, which showed him exiting his vehicle, placing her clothes on the ground, and setting them on fire. Torres advised officers that she did not wish to prosecute for the incident and that her damaged property was valued at approximately $100. Murillo was taken into custody for vandalism on February 13th.
37-year-old Diana Marie Rivera had a domestic disturbance with her husband, Ramon Ramirez Rivera, in the early hours of January 24th. Officers were dispatched to Century Farms Hospital, where Ramon reported that his wife struck him four times in the face and five times with a cell phone. This resulted in multiple scratches on his ears and face. Then, Ramon said Diana also destroyed two side view mirrors on his pick-up truck. Many Melgar Marcia witnessed Diana destroying the mirrors on Ramon’s vehicle. Officers observed the injuries, and his ripped shirt was consistent with a struggle. Mrs. Rivera was taken into custody for vandalism and domestic assault on February 9th.
21-year-old Mariyah Reid had an altercation with her ex-boyfriend, Shantonio Je’quan Hurt, at his apartment on Bell Road on February 6th. Hurt spoke to officers, advising them that Reid became angry and poured water on his Xbox game console and TV before she left. Reid agreed to return and speak with the officers. Reid admitted to pouring the water on Hurt’s Xbox and TV. Reid was deemed the primary aggressor and was taken into custody for vandalism.
38-year-old Joseph Brush vandalized Jordan Milliken’s blue Jeep Renegade at the Days Inn on Conference Drive in the early hours of February 3rd. Officers arrived and observed the Renegade with holes consistent with knife punctures on all four tires and the word “b*tch” carved into the driver’s side door. While looking at the damage, Milliken approached officers, telling them he had received a text message from Brush that contained a picture of the rear of the Jeep and the damage. Then, Milliken explained that Brush was angry at him because he had been sleeping with Brush’s wife. Milliken said he called 911 immediately after noticing the damage. Officers went to the Days Inn and asked staff if there was camera footage from the previous night. When Officers reviewed the footage, it showed Brush pulling his Nissan Pathfinder into the parking spot next to Milliken’s Jeep. Brush then exited his vehicle, squatted down on the driver’s side of the jeep, and began poking the tires with an unknown object. The total amount of damage caused costs approximately $1,536. Officers got Brush’s information and asked him to come to the police department, which he did, and then he was taken into custody for vandalism.