Elizabeth Lynne Halpin too drunk to open her front door

Elizabeth Lynne Halpin too drunk to open her front door

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32-year-old Elizabeth Halpin was jailed on Sunday morning after reports of loud banging at Lenox Place Apartments. The complainant advised it sounded like someone was trying to kick a door open. When the officers arrived, they witnessed Ms. Halpin throwing her body into the door of her apartment. They noticed that she was extremely intoxicated. They asked her several times for her SSN so they could identify her, but she repeatedly responded with her address. She was escorted to the ground floor and placed under arrest as she was a danger to herself and becoming an annoyance to others in the complex. A search of her purse revealed she had her house keys during the incident.

Elizabeth Halpin (MNPD)
Elizabeth Halpin (MNPD)

Elizabeth Lynne Halpin was booked into Metro Nashville Jail on November 19, charged with public intoxication. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $250.

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