A Spring Hill man is wanted by multiple law enforcement agencies after they said he was involved in a series of crimes including a high-speed pursuit on Thursday.
According to a Spring Hill Police Department incident report, 44-year-old Robert Jason Brown is the suspect in what was originally a case of indecent exposure. Police were called to the parking lot of Aldi on Main Street at 2:30 p.m. for reports of a nude man who had urinated outside of the nearby Marshalls before driving to the Aldi grocery store.
Police made contact with the man who was sitting nude in the driver's seat of a gold Nissan Frontier truck.
That truck is registered to Brown, and according to the police report, when an SHPD officer knocked on the vehicle’s window, Brown fled the scene in the truck “and drove off recklessly.”
According to SHPD Detective Michael Foster, SHPD did not pursue Brown, but he was soon the subject of a high-speed pursuit involving Williamson County Sheriff’s Office deputies who attempted to stop him when they responded to an unspecified call at the Kroger on Main Street.
The pursuit was terminated by WCSO on Highway 431 at the Maury County line, and now Brown is wanted by law enforcement for a variety of crimes.
No injuries were reported in Thursday’s incidents.