Jason ‘J Curly’ Speegle Arrested for Urinating on 2 Chairs in Wendy’s, Public Intoxication

Jason ‘J Curly’ Speegle was the lead guitarist for Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Famer Leon Russell. He’s shared the stage with Dave Mason, Willie Nelson, & many others. However this Christmas season found him in a Nashville Wendy’s on Saturday, where according to a sworn police report, he urinated on himself on 2 different seats, wetting them, after stumbling around and falling off his chair. This was around 3PM on the Saturday before Christmas. He’s wasn’t homeless or panhandling, according to the MNPD, he was just drunk at a Wendy’s in the middle of a Saturday afternoon.

MNPD was called to the scene, where they found Jason ‘J Curly’ Speegle to be causing an annoyance inside the Wendy’s, with blood shot eyes, and the odor of alcohol coming from his breath. Officers also observed  a major loss of balance, and deemed him an endangerment to himself, others, as well as property, as he had already urinated on two seats inside the Wendy’s.

Speegle was charged with Public Intoxication, and spent around 8 hours in jail, giving him time to sleep it off, and around midnight charges were dismissed after he was once again sober, as police do with almost all public intox arrests.

This is where most of our stories end – but not today. Jason ‘J Curly’ Speegle wasn’t going down quietly. He took out to social media on his musician/artist page, J. Curly & The Deal, and made threats to the cop that arrested him, along with others that mentioned his arrest.

This would not be the first time that Speegle made threats to others. In 2015 he sent this string of text messages to his ex wife in the middle of the night:

Source: Court Records

Just after 1PM on Monday, Speegle removed all the mentions of this from his musician page, here are the originals before they were deleted:

4 Comments

  1. Carla Delivert Speegle

    This needs to be taken down, that news is false, you are defimating my husband’s character, the police apologized for wrongfully arresting him. I checked his clothes there were no stain marks on his clothes when he came home, he was on his Bluetooth trying to call Lyft when someone jumped him from behind, and next thing he knows he was arrested. We are going to press charges. I have already responded to the Cop. That posted this falsehood. I know my husband was wrongfully arrested.

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    1. ENN Staff

      Thank you for the comment. The news story is true, he was arrested, and that is the sworn testimony of the officer. We have also added all of his deleted posts to the story. Happy Holidays. We welcome any legal paperwork, your lawyer can reach us at tips@eastnashville.news for service of process information.

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      1. J. Curly Speegle

        I made a huge mistake, please take this story down. Im very sorry for this embarrassing situation

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  2. Carla Delivert Speegle

    Since you said it is true, why don’t you tell the real truth on how it was dismissed, and the police apologized, when they realize d that it was a wrongfull arrest. Why don’t you read the rest of the case. You and your Cop friend Will be charge for bullying and defimating people character. That manager at Wendy’s lied, a good reporter would have investigated the story first before posting something that’s not true from someone. True he was arrested , but it was a wrong full arrest, and the police knows it. I also checked his clothes, since it says that he was urinating on himself, and there were no evidence of that in his clothes. A good reporter get all facts, before posting anything yours is lacking, and That shows you’re not up to par. My husband commented on this because he was upset for being wrongfully accused when all he was doing was trying to call Lyft to get home. Do me a favor check the rest of the case and get the real truth, so call journalist.

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