Lance Biddle bothers police on Broadway

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35-year-old Lance Daniel Biddle approached several officers in front of Jason Aldean’s Bar on April 7th. He advised that he was intoxicated and wanted to address an issue regarding another officer who was patrolling a different part of Broadway. During this, he showed numerous signs of intoxication and made multiple remarks about being drunk in public. Biddle had sat down on private property and appeared to have passed out, so an officer conducted a wellness check, but he refused medical attention. Biddle added that he tried giving the officer the “benefit of the doubt” since he mentioned his wife was nearby, so he walked off but returned to confront him.

Then, after becoming irate, Biddle approached a group of officers about a block away to discuss the incident. Biddle said he wanted to speak with a supervisor, so they contacted one immediately. While officers waited, they tried to get a description of the officer that Biddle had an issue with, but he could not provide enough description for them and accused them of knowing each other after they asked for further details.

He then became frustrated and argumentative, requesting them to return his ID, which they did, and he walked away while shouting things at them. Shortly after, Biddle reapproached the officers, trying to engage in an argument. They told him repeatedly that a supervisor had been called to address his complaint. Officers Ferrari, Ehman, Prader, Pearce, and Diesel witnessed the interaction. Biddle was then deemed a danger to himself and others and was taken into custody for public intoxication.

Lance Biddle (MNPD)
Lance Biddle (MNPD)

Lance Daniel Biddle was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on April 7th, charged with public intoxication. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $500.

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