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22-year-old Garrett Herrington was found Sunday on the fourth floor of the MAA Acklen apartments trying to find where he lived for “two hours,” according to police, who found Garrett in front of unit 406 after he told them that his unit was 553. Garrett had a cut on his hand and told police he got frustrated when he could not get into his unit, which he believed was 406. He appeared intoxicated, and several other residents said he was outside in the hallway, screaming and punching walls until his hand bled. He was taken into custody because he could not remember where he lived and caused a disturbance for other residents.
Garrett Herrington was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on August 13th, charged with public intoxication. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $500.