21-year-old Tavis Cobb was leaning against a car in the Commerce St garage downtown Sunday night, believing it was his friend’s vehicle. When someone came up to the car and unlocked it, Tavis climbed inside, too intoxicated to realize it was neither his friend, nor his friend’s vehicle. He was unable to call anyone, he didn’t have a phone with him, and only knew he was “in Nashville”. Cobb was charged with public intoxication and taken to booking for the night.
ARREST WARRANT / AFFIDAVIT:
OFFICERS RECEIVED A CALL THAT AN INTOXICATED MALE BLACK WAS INSIDE A VEHICLE IN THE PARKING GARAGE AT 210 COMMERCE ST REFUSING TO GET OUT. WHEN OFFICERS ARRIVED THEY SPOKE TO THE COMPLAINANT AND HE ADVISED WHEN HE ARRIVED AT HIS VEHICLE AT APPROXIMATELY 2230 HOURS AN INTOXICATED MALE BLACK WAS LEANING AGAINST HIS VEHICLE.
THE SUBJECT THOUGHT HE WAS LEANING AGAINST HIS FRIENDS VEHICLE AND GOT INSIDE WHEN THE COMPLAINANT ARRIVED. OFFICERS SPOKE TO THE SUBJECT AND THE ONLY THING HE COULD ADVISE WAS THAT HE WAS IN NASHVILLE. THE SUBJECT DID NOT KNOW WHERE HE WAS STA YING AND DID NOT HAVE A PHONE ON HIM TO CALL ANYONE. THE SUBJECT HAD SLURRED SPEECH, BLOODSHOT WATERY EYES, UNSTEADY ON HIS FEET, AND HIS PERSON SMELLED OF ALCOHOL. FOR THE SUBJECTS SAFETY HE WAS TAKEN· INTO CUSTODY AND TAKEN TO JAIL FOR PUBLIC INTOXICATION.