Branson Beers had the opportunity, but not the wisdom, to avoid being arrested in downtown Nashville

Branson Beers had the opportunity, but not the wisdom, to avoid being arrested in downtown Nashville

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23-year-old Branson Beers was warned by officers working downtown to stop causing disturbances with other members of the public, including individuals who were removing trash from the bars just before 2 a.m. Despite several warnings, police found him beating on the car window of one of the workers, attempting to fight him. Both he and his co-defendant, Isaac Hope, were taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct.

Branson Beers (MNPD)
Branson Beers (MNPD)

Branson Beers was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on March 12th, charged with disorderly conduct. A commissioner set his bond at $1,000. He was given pre-trial release to his 2920 Caraway Drive address in Murfreesboro, TN. His co-defendant is Isaac Hope.

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