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Four arrested in connection with blocking I-24 to do donuts in February

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Posted at 6:46 AM, Jul 06, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-06 09:51:18-04

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Four people have been arrested in connection with blocking Interstate 24 to do donuts the night of February 9.

According to Tennessee Highway Patrol and Metro Nashville Police Department, the four arrested are Anderson Ellis of Antioch, Ricky Hawn of Smyrna, Aamad Hussein of Antioch and Caitlyn Estes of Smyrna.

25-year-old Ellis, 19-year-old Hawn and 22-year-old Hussein are facing felony reckless endangerment charges, in addition to misdemeanor reckless driving. 21-year-old Estes faces a misdemeanor charge for being on a controlled access thoroughfare without a vehicle.

The incident occurred near the Davidson-Rutherford County line. Vehicles blocked the interstate to drive recklessly and perform stunts. The original story broke when a video of the incident went viral.