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39-year-old Kipp Shoecraft was jailed after police responded to reports of a man passed out in a taxi. Police observed Shoecraft bloody and bruised and requested the fire department to provide medical care, but he refused all assistance. He was incoherent and didn’t have a clear understanding of what was going on. Police also observed an unmistakable odor of alcohol coming from his breath, and he couldn’t keep his balance. Shoecraft still had not paid his taxi and was refusing to do so. He didn’t know which hotel he was staying at and was therefore deemed a danger to himself and taken into custody.
Kipp D. Shoecraft was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on September 28th, charged with public intoxication. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $100.
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