Accused car burglar fell asleep in a burglarized car with his pants down

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Jermaine Wiseman, 26, is charged with burglary of an automobile after neighbors noticed him sleeping in the driver’s seat of a vehicle with his pants down, and the glove box broken open. Police had to forcefully remove him from the vehicle.

Metro Nashville Police responded to 16th Ave North on June 30th, after neighbors noticed a man sitting in the driver’s seat of a vehicle that wasn’t his, with his pants down. It was then realized he was asleep and had to be forcefully removed from the vehicle by Metro Police. He was identified as 26-year-old Jermaine R. Wiseman, II, of Nashville.

Jermaine J. Wiseman II (MNPD)
Jermaine J. Wiseman II (MNPD)

The glove box of the vehicle had been broke open, according to an arrest report, and the contents were strewn throughout the front passenger side floor area of the vehicle. The victim had a 2nd vehicle that was parked next to the vehicle Wiseman was found asleep in, and it had also been accessed, and the door to the gas compartment was opened, along with the glovebox, but didn’t appear to have any damage other than personal items also scattered about inside the vehicle.

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Jermaine Wiseman is held in lieu of a $5,000 bond, booked into the Metro Jail on the charge of burglary of a motor vehicle. Records show Wiseman has had all 11 previous charges this year either not prosecuted by the District Attorney’s office or dismissed. The included: Theft $1,000 or < 5th offense, criminal trespass, public intoxication, Theft $1,000 or less, assault of an officer, resisting arrest (multiple), evading arrest, and multiple other thefts. No fines, fees, or consequences came from any of those charges.

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