According to police reports, in the early hours of Friday morning at Fairfield Inn in the Gulch, Jenna Jean Roggensack(29) & Carly Roggensack(22) were running around the hotel naked. A Hotel employee called the police, stating the two girls continued to “find corners of the hotel to hide in and was not sure if they were even guests”.
MNPD finally located the two females sitting on a sidewalk near the hotel, with their legs extended into the roadway. Carly was described as having slurred speech, a strong odor of alcohol, and unsteady on her feet. Carly told the officer that her and Jenna had both eaten marijuana edibles.
Jenna told officers “I’m just being drunk”, and was also intoxicated, made obvious by her stuporous speech, strong odor of alcohol, as well as marijuana, per police affidavits.
Both defendants were arrested for Public Intoxication and booked into the Davidson County Sheriff’s Department.
Carly E Roggensack
Officers were dispatched to 901 Division Street at the Fairfield Inn. An employee at the hotel called police when two females were reportedly running around the hotel naked and were told to leave by the employee several times. The complainant advised that the two females continued to “find corners of the hotel to hide in and was not sure if they were even guests”.
Police located two females near the hotel sitting on the sidewalk with their legs extended into the road who matched the description of the suspects. Upon making contact, the defendant had slurred speech, a strong odor of alcohol about her person, and was unsteady on her feet. The defendant told police they had both eaten marijuana edibles. Due to her level of intoxication and due to the fact she was sitting in close proximity to lanes of travel when police made contact, she is a danger to herself and others and was taken into custody. It is still unknown if the defendant stays at the hotel, as the defendant refused to answer where she was currently staying.
Jenna Jean Roggensack
Officers were dispatched to the Fairfield Inn hotel for two unruly women, whom were not guests, the defendant being one of them. Arriving on scene, the defendant was sitting on the sidewalk, partially in the street. Making contact with her to ascertain her reason for being there, she stated, “I’m just being drunk.” It was also apparent the defendant was intoxicated, made obvious by her stuporous speech, strong odor of alcoholic beverage, as well as marijuana from her person. The defendant had no known destination and disrupted the normal course of business for the hotel.