26-year-old Alissa Adams and 42-year-old Michael Rousso were charged with public intoxication after they were approached by police while drunk and did not have a safe way back to Crossville, or a hotel room.
On September 23rd, Metro Nashville Officer Hill was requested by officers working Mask Enforcement on Broadway. When Hill arrived at 3rd Avenue South, he observed Alissa Adams and Michael Rousso, both unsteady on their feet with red, watery eyes and smelling strongly of alcohol.
Adams told the officer they had been drinking since noon. They also advised him they had driven to Nashville from Crossville and did not have a way home or a hotel room to retire to. Hill determined Adams and Rousso were a danger to themselves and took them into custody.
Alissa Adams was arrested and charged with public intoxication. Her bond was set at $100, but her case was dismissed the next day.
Michael Rousso was arrested and charged with public intoxication. His bond was set at $100, but his case was dismissed the next day.