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A family armed themselves with a machete and waited 18 minutes for MNPD to arrive as a man threatened to kill them.

A 27-year-old Los Angeles man, Syrus Jenkins, was found confused and causing a disturbance at the 7-Eleven in downtown Nashville at 9 a.m. Monday, where he had been for over 4 hours believing he was still in Los Angeles and seemed to be under the influence of an unknown substance. He was booked into jail, but freed 2 hours later on pre-trial release. He then somehow found his way to Brentwood, where he entered a family’s garage and beat on the inner door to their house, threatening to kill them once he got past that door. The family armed themselves with a machete and waited 18 minutes for MNPD to arrive.
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