35-year-old Curtis Lilly was seen lying on the ground on the side of the road at Providence Boulevard and Quarry Road on December 11th. When officers arrived on the scene, they noticed Lilly lying down face-first on the ground, unresponsive. Eventually, he regained consciousness, but he was perplexed and couldn’t stand on his own. Officers radioed in Medics, but once there, they couldn’t find anything wrong with him. Lilly had a hard time trying to remember where he was, but he did remember to ask not to go to the hospital. That led to officers running his information through the National Crime Information Center and finding out that he had two local warrants on file for driving on a suspended license and an extraditable warrant from Robertson Count for Failure to Appear. They also found out that he was convicted of aggravated robbery and aggravated assault in 2009. While searching Lilly, officers asked if he had any weapons or illegal substances on him. Lilly told them that he had a gun in his backpack for protection and admitted that he was a convicted felon. Due to being a convicted felon, he is not allowed to possess or own a firearm. Officers noticed that the serial number on the pistol had been erased off the side. While in the back of the patrol car, Lilly began to seize and become unresponsive again, so the officers transported him to Tennova for medical treatment.
Curtis Dean Lilly Jr of Mann Circle in Clarksville, TN, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on December 11th, charged with suspended license, altering serial numbers, convicted felon going armed, and out of county warrants. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $20,500.
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