Landry Callahan jailed after drinking with fake ID in downtown Nashville

Landry Callahan jailed after drinking with fake ID in downtown Nashville

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Metro Police say 20-year-old Landry Wells Callahan was among a group of individuals in front of Jason Aldean’s Bar early Sunday morning when their conversation became loud and “alarming” to officers. Officers approached to see if they could assist, and one of the individuals was attempting to arrange a ride home. On the other end of the call, police could hear what sounded like a domestic incident. As they were investigating that end of the call, Callahan became belligerent and began to throw random items while stumbling on Broadway. It became apparent Callahan was unable to care for herself due to her level of intoxication. Police spoke with her further, and she disclosed she was only twenty years old while consuming alcohol. Officers located three different identification cards on her, with only one matching her name and likeness. She was taken into custody and charged with underage alcohol consumption, public intoxication, and use of a fake ID.

Landry Callahan (MNPD)
Landry Callahan (MNPD)

Landry Wells Callahan of Magnolia Road in Corinth, MI, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on June 23rd, charged with underage drinking, false identification, and public intoxication. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $1,600, and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office gave her pre-trial release from their facility.

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