A Florida couple’s vacation to Nashville added an exclusive stop to their itinerary Friday afternoon, as both were booked into the Metro Nashville Jail, and each received a coveted mugshot with the Nashville Booking Camera filter. The couple, 36-year-old Robert Hansen, and 34-year-old Jamie Hansen, were at Honky Tonk Central when police say Jamie tried to leave the bar with her alcoholic drink in hand. As security prevented her from going onto Broadway with an open container, her husband took that as his chance to scuffle with them, on his wife’s behalf. Eventually, police had to be called as both parties were reportedly belligerent, yelling, and excessively drunk. The pair were charged with public intoxication and transported to booking.
ARREST WARRANT / AFFIDAVIT:
On 11/05/2021 at approximately 1845 hours, the reporting officer responded to Honky Tonk Central located at 329 Broadway for the report of a physical altercation. The defendant was an involved party of a physical altercation between security officers at the location. The subject was accompanied by her husband, who was also arrested for public intoxication, and involved in the altercation with security. The defendant had slurred speech, unsteady on her feet and watery eyes. The defendant was acting belligerent, yelling, would not listen to police commands and attempted to pull away when in police custody. The defendant is visiting Nashville from Florida.
Police were dispatched to Honky Tonk Central at 329 Broadway. Officers were notified of a fight at this location. At the scene officers made contact with Robert Hansen, the defendant. Security stated that as Robert and his wife were leaving, his wife attempted to take alcohol out of the bar, which security attempted to prevent. At that time Robert tried to intervene with securities attempts. When officers made contact with Robert he had an apparent odor of alcohol, slurred speech and was uneasy on his feet. Robert was taken into custody for public intoxication due to the reasonable likelihood that the offense would continue.