Clarksville man ‘acts unusual’ in Plato’s Closet parking lot

34-year-old Brandon Clifton was charged with public intoxication after being reported to be “acting unusual” in the parking lot of Plato’s Closet on Morris Road. Clifton was unable to complete sobriety tests and was unsteady while walking.

On May 13, CPD Officer Heather Boyce responded to a public intoxication call at Plato’s Closet in reference to a complaint about suspicious people in the parking lot. The officer located Brandon Clifton near the Candlewood Suites on Mr. C Drive.

Brandon Clifton (MCSO)

Officer Boyce reported that Clifton was “unsteady on his feet and was leaning over to the point of almost tipping over” per the affidavit. Clifton failed to complete multiple sobriety tests and was determined to be dangerous to himself from the alcohol. He was then taken into custody.

Brandon Clifton was arrested and charged with public intoxication. His bond was set at $439 dollars.

Blaine Kellar

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