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34-year-old Jordon Bryson Geddes refused to leave the lower-level parking garage of Whole Foods on Broadway in the early hours of February 4th. Geddes was found lying on the ground, passed out when officers arrived. The officers woke him up to ask him if he was okay, to which he replied he was fine. Then, when officers asked him if he needed a medic, he said yes and walked to their police vehicle. They then asked if he wanted to go with them or the medics, and he said, “I’ll go with you.” They advised him it would be under custody if he went with them, and he replied, “That’s fine.” Officers observed a strong odor of alcohol coming from him and deemed him unable to care for himself. Geddes was taken into custody for public intoxication.
Jordan Bryson Geddes was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on February 4th, charged with public intoxication. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $100.
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