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51-year-old Craig Snyder approached a patrolling Officer on September 28th on Jefferson St., asking for help. Snyder showed visible signs of intoxication and stated he needed help getting back home. When asked where his home was, he said, “Washington”. After further questioning, Snyder said he was visiting Nashville and was unable to locate the hotel he was staying at. Snyder was asked if anyone could assist him with where he stayed, and he replied, “my wife.” When contacted, she informed the officer that she was in Washington. Snyder was deemed too intoxicated to care for himself due to having no one to care for him, not knowing his hotel location, inability to walk or stand, and admitting to being intoxicated.
Craig Snyder was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on September 29th, charged with public intoxication. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $100.
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