Nashville Police Report – December 13, 2017
The Nashville Police Department responded to N. Mockingbird Rd. to assist EMS.
Officers responded to the 9600 block of Commerce Ave. for a disturbance.
Police responded to the 400 block of N. Kaskaskia St. for harassment.
Officers responded to 1617 S. Mill St., Southside Bar and Grill for an intoxicated male refusing to leave the bar. Police made contact with the intoxicated male, Trenton Stevens, of Coulterville, and Joshua Carroll, of Nashville. Upon identifying the individuals it was discovered that Trenton was not of legal age to consume alcohol. Joshua stated both of them had been drinking at the bar for several hours and Trenton was refusing to leave and became angry. Due to the circumstances Trenton was taken to Washington County Jail for Unlawful Consumption of alcoholic liquor. Bartenders Lisa Metheny and Amber Metheny, of Okawville were both given a notice to appear for Unlawful Sale of Alcoholic Liquor to a minor.
Police responded to the 300 block of W. Maple St. for a civil issue.
Officers arrested Betty Hughes, of Nashville on a Washington County Warrant. Betty was transported to Washington County Jail without incident.
Police responded to Mockingbird Rd. for a two vehicle traffic crash with no injuries reported. A vehicle driven by Mildred Cramer, of Nashville struck a vehicle driven by Meagan Kniser, of Nashville. Mildred was pulling into Citgo parking lot from Mockingbird Rd. when she struck the front driver’s side of Meagan’s vehicle. Traffic Crash report was completed and Megan Kniser was given a citation for Operating an uninsured motor vehicle.
Officers responded to the 700 block of S. Grand Ave. for credit card fraud.
Police responded to the overpass at I-64 for a motorist assist.
Officers responded to Mockingbird Rd. for an alarm.
Police responded to the 700 block of W. Adams St. for a structure fire.
Officers responded to Mockingbird Rd. and St. Rt. 127 for a three car accident. No injuries were reported, and road blockage was present. Drivers involved were Shelby Mulvaney of Salem, Mallory Engele of Nashville, and Gary Warner fo Shobonier. Shelby was making a left turn from Mockingbird onto St. Rt. 127, and disobeyed the traffic light, thus going on red, resulting in her hitting Mallory who was traveling south on St. Rt. 127, causing Mallory to spin out, and hit Gary who was stopped at the light waiting to turn left onto Mockingbird Rd. from St. Rt. 127. Shelby was issued citations, first being for disobeying a traffic control device, second one was for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Precision’s towing was requested by Mallory, and removed Mallory’s and Shelby’s vehicle from the roadway. Norrenberns called Rogers from St. Libory to remove their semi from the roadway.
Police responded to the 100 block of W. Third St. for two 911 hang-up calls.