Mariah Danielle Alderman charged with public intoxication after refusing police offers to take her home

Mariah Danielle Alderman charged with public intoxication after refusing police offers to take her home

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Metro Police say they “attempted for several minutes to bring 26-year-old Mariah Danielle Alderman home or remand care of her to a responsible adult, but she was uncooperative with police.” Officers initially encountered her as they were in the area of Mother’s Ruin on 6th Ave North when they were flagged down by bar security, who stated she was unruly, extremely drunk, and refusing to leave. She continued to be unruly and defiant with the police who were attempting to assist Alderman, so she was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.

Danielle Alderman (MNPD)
Danielle Alderman (MNPD)

Danielle Mariah Alderman was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on July 21st, charged with public intoxication. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $100.

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