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22-year-old Logan Smith told police that the construction site on Adams St., owned by Cousins Property, should not be private property when he was detained for trespassing. Assistant Property Manager Erica Corrales and Charles Spradley’s workers spoke to police and said that Logan passed on the property on September 14th. They said he did not work there and was asked to leave and not return. They said he left, but they saw camera footage of him returning during the weekend and then returning again on September 18th. Logan argued with the officers about how the criminal trespass shouldn’t apply to him since he was out of state after admitting to coming to the property “to poop.” He continued to say that he did not think it should be private property because it was next to a brewery. Police arrested him for trespassing and transported him to booking.
Logan Michael Smith of Blackborne Dr in Elkton, MD, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on September 18th, charged with criminal trespass. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $500, and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office gave him pre-trial release from their facility.
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