Lawrenceburg Police Officers responded to a slew of public intoxication incidents throughout the week where one suspect was reported to have believed he was in the year 1921.


The Lawrenceburg Police Department was dispatched through the week to multiple reports of unresponsive individuals where the first incident occurred on Sunday.

Officers arrived at a residence on 6th Street where an unknown male subject who smelled of alcohol was discovered passed out in his vehicle in the driveway.

After Police were able to wake the subject he told officers that the year was 1921, and that he was in Alabama.

Once local EMS checked out the male subject he was then transported to the Lawrence County Jail on charges of public intoxication.

Officers responded to a second call of public intoxication on Tuesday where an unwanted male subject was dropped off on a porch on Hoover Street.

Upon arrival officers reported being unable to get the male subject to answer basic questions as he was in and out of consciousness.

Police arrested the man on charges of public intoxication, and transported him to the Lawrence County Jail without further incident.

On The same day officers were also dispatched to Southern Tennessee Regional Health System with reports of an intoxicated man in his vehicle in the hospital parking lot.

Officers arrived to find the man inside the vehicle with a half empty whiskey bottle where the subject exhibit confusion, and was unable to follow simple commands.

The male subject was arrested, and transported to the Lawrence County Jail for public intoxication.