The Nashville Police Department responded to the 1000 block of Kaskaskia Street for vandalism.
Officers responded to the jail to assist with a fight between inmates.
Police took a report of a city ordinance violation on the 300 block of E. St. Louis St.
Police responded to a two-vehicle accident in the parking lot of Circle K. A vehicle driven by Bronte Lemon, 19, of DuBois, backed into a parked car owned by Harold Holmes, Jr., 60, of Caseyville. Minimal damage was caused to the vehicles, no injuries were reported.
Officers responded to the 400 block of S. Washington St. for a report of property damage.
Police responded to the 600 block of W. Alton St. for a report of property damage.
Nashville Police were dispatched to 371 W. Maple St. for a subject that had pulled a knife on Ross Follis, Jr. and Brandon Follis and had threatened to stab them. Dylan Kellermann was subsequently arrested for aggravated assault with a knife.
Police responded to a one-vehicle accident at Meyer’s Greenhouse. Rachael Mccandrew of Nashville attempted to turn around, and in the process, accidentally put the car into the ditch. The car was able to be removed from the ditch and was drivable.
Officers responded to State Route 127 at I-64 for a subject lying on the ground.
Police conducted a welfare check on the 400 block of W. Maple Street.
Officers responded to the 700 block of E. St. Louis St. for a parking complaint.
Police responded to the 100 block of E. David Dr. for a domestic disturbance.
Police responded to the I-64 eastbound off-ramp at State Route 127 for a two-vehicle traffic accident. A vehicle driven by Melinda Johnston, 30, of Aviston, was stopped at the stop sign when a vehicle driven by Terrence Williams, 24, of Carbondale, rear-ended Miranda’s vehicle. No injuries were reported.
Officers responded to S. Grand Avenue for a lost child. Police reunited the child with the parents.
Police responded to State Route 127 just south of State Route 177, New Minden, to assist the Washington County Sheriff’s Department with a traffic stop/warrant arrest.
Police took a report of harassment from the 800 block of W. Lebanon St.