Woman fires gun while intoxicated in shared hotel room after discussion of a threesome

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23-year-old Elizabeth Petersen was charged with negligently discharging a handgun through the roof of a shared hotel room while next to a baby after having a discussion about a threesome while intoxicated.

On June 2nd, at Aloft Hotel (1719 West End Avenue) security waved down police in response to shots being fired inside a room reported by the hotel staff. Police spoke to the suspect, Elizabeth Petersen, who told them that she had a male, Logan Boyett, and a female friend with a baby visiting from Missouri and she was in their hotel room visiting.

Elizabeth Petersen (MNPD)
Elizabeth Petersen (MNPD)

She said that they were all drinking and discussing having a possible threesome when the male said he wanted to kill himself with a handgun that was in the room. Police described Petersen as intoxicated because she had red and watery eyes as well as a strong odor of alcohol on her breath.

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Petersen grabbed the handgun which belongs to Logan and shot the ceiling into an unoccupied room above theirs. When she shot the weapon she was only a few feet from Logan and the sleeping child. Officers said that Petersen was cooperative throughout the entire process.

Elizabeth Petersen was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment and possession of a handgun while under the influence. She was later freed on pre-trial release.


Petersen, Elizabeth5967771504 ARBOR CREEK LN
Nashville, TN 37217
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Petersen, Elizabeth5967771504 ARBOR CREEK LN
Nashville, TN 37217
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