Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-06-16 09:14:43 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) — A man in Missouri has faced more than 12 accusations after investigators said he aimed his gun at a security guard in a parking lot in the West End on Tuesday night.
Police responded to the garage at Eriston Place on Louise Avenue. There, a security guard patroling the parking lot reported that he had encountered a 27-year-old suspect in a car on the third floor.
The decree states that the suspect, identified as Hakim Garrison, pulled the gun after telling the guards “overkill.” Police reported that Garrison ordered the guards to leave, so he left and called 911.
When police arrived, they searched Garrison’s car for two pistols, three magazines, multiple bullets and used pods, along with a stolen wallet containing a credit card belonging to the victim of the fraud case. I said I found it.
In a black bag inside the car, police said they found a Mason jar containing stimulants, cocaine, Xanax, marijuana, cannabis packaging, Benefiber, THC arc cartridges, and marijuana wax.
According to investigators, one of the guns was found stolen from Missouri, where Garrison lives.
During Garrison’s arrest, police said he had fled and injured the police who chased him.
While in the backseat of the police car, the warrant claims that Garrison shouted to the guards, “I’ll catch up with everything.” When asked if police were threatening the victims, Garrison said he replied, “I will not threaten, I will make a promise.”
Garrison was held in metro prison on Tuesday night on charges of assault with deadly weapons, assault on officers, and theft of firearms. He also faces six drug charges, according to online court records.
His deposit was set at over $ 100,000.
The reserved photo of the garrison was not immediately released by law enforcement agencies.
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