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43-year-old Jason Agostino threw himself to the ground when security tried escorting him out of the George Strait show in Nashville due to his disorderly conduct. On July 28th, APEX security requested the help of MNPD Sergeant Mosley regarding an unruly patron at the George Strait show at Nissan Stadium. Sgt. Mosely reported that he saw APEX security request that Jason leave the premises several times. When they attempted to remove him physically, he sank his weight into a seat so as not to move. Sgt. Mosely placed him into custody for criminal trespass after Jason refused to leave at APEX security’s behest and after Sgt. Mosely told him to come to the concourse.
Jason William Agostino of Hwy 21 in Cottontown, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on July 29th, charged with criminal trespass. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $150, and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office gave him pre-trial release from their facility.