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29-year-old Thomas Gilmore is charged with disorderly conduct after Metro Police say he walked into the Central Precinct in downtown Nashville, upset about a cell phone issue, and demanding police fix it. When they explained they would not fix his phone, he began yelling obscenities and threatened to punch the on-duty officers.
ARREST WARRANT / AFFIDAVIT:
The defendant, Thomas Gilmore, arrived at the Central Precinct in downtown Nashville. He was upset about a cell phone issue and told the police to fix it. When we wouldn’t fix his phone he began yelling obscenities and threatened to punch police officers. While he was yelling obscenities, there were multiple tourists/ patrons walking past. This disturbance created a dangerous or physically offensive condition for all those around that served as no legitimate purpose.