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Metro Police say 32-year-old Brittany Hokans was found in downtown Nashville too intoxicated to walk or care for herself in any way in the early hours of Saturday morning. She refused all attempts for assistance and refused to be transported for medical treatment, so was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail, charged with public intoxication.
|ARREST WARRANT / AFFIDAVIT:|
|METRO OFFICERS RESPONDED TO 1ST AVENUE AND BROADWAY IN RESPONSE TO AN INTOXICATED PERSON WHILE WORKING THE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT INITIATIVE ON 10/09/2021.
UPON ARRIVAL ON THE SCENE THE OFFICERS FOUND THE DEFENDANT WITH OTHER OFFICERS AND MEDICAL PERSONNEL. THE DEFENDANT DENIED NUMEROUS ATTEMPTS BY FIRE DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL TO HAVE HER TRANSPORTED TO THE HOSPITAL. THE DEFENDANT WAS UNABLE TO WALK UNDER HER OWN POWER AND WAS UNABLE TO CARE FOR HERSELF IN ANY WAY.
DUE TO IT BEING A HAZARD TO HERSELF AND REFUSING MEDICAL ASSISTANCE OFFICERS PLACED HER INTO CUSTODY AND TRANSPORTED HER TO MOBILE BOOKING FOR PROCESSING.
|THEODORE A FLICK|
|SIGNED BY COMMISSIONER / JUDGE:|
|DEFENDANT:||HOKANS, BRITTANY CAROLINE|
|ADMITTED:||10/09/2021 02:45 AM|
|RELEASED:||10/09/2021 10:24 AM|