Nashville man charged after alleged hammer attack – Brospar Daily News
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Metro police charged a man with allegedly smashing a girl’s automotive in a Walgreens car parking zone on Bell Street Thursday morning.
In response to an arrest testimony, Daniel Rutledge approached a girl who had turned on her automotive’s headlights and requested her to show them off, which she did.
Nonetheless, when she turned them again on shortly after, Rutledge allegedly obtained upset and smashed her automotive with a hammer.
Rutledge “broke the windshield, smashed two headlights, and prompted bodily harm to the automobile,” the affidavit stated.
The sufferer informed officers that the man was “very unsteady on his toes and slurred whereas yelling at her.”
Rutledge then left the car parking zone, however a witness adopted him and known as police.
When officers discovered Rutledge, they claimed he was slurring and unsteady on his toes. In addition they stated he declined a area sobriety take a look at.
Rutledge was detained and charged with aggravated assault with a lethal weapon.