Nashville man charged after admitting to police that he drank “a lot of alcohol”, per report

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40-year-old Kenneth Brinley was charged with public intoxication after police were called to Whole Foods Market on Broadway for a fight in progress and he admitted to consuming “a lot of alcohol” to officers.

On April 22nd, officers were dispatched to the Whole Foods Market at 1202 Broadway in reference to a fight in progress. Upon arrival, officers quickly identified both parties and interviewed them. According to the affidavit, both parties were heavily intoxicated, unsteady on their feet, and had the smell of alcohol emitting from their person.

Kenneth Brinley (MNPD)

After their investigation, officers clearly determined Kenneth Brinley to be the primary aggressor, but the victim was unable to prosecute due to his high level of intoxication and was transported to Centennial Hospital. Because Kenneth admitted to consuming “a lot” of alcohol, officers determined him to be a danger to others.

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Kenneth Brinley was arrested and charged with public intoxication. The charges were later dismissed.

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