Harvest, Alabama’s Lucas Cutler arrested in Nashville, Tennessee, charged with public intoxication


Lucas Cutler, 44, of Harvest, Madison County, Alabama, United States was onboard an Allegiant Air flight at Nashville International Airport in Nashville, Tennessee, USA on February 17, 2022. The flight was destined for Tampa, Florida, USA.

While onboard the flight, Cutler allegedly threatened a fellow passenger and airline employees over wearing a mask so he had to be removed from the flight. With watery and bloodshot eyes and slurred speech, he allegedly walked down the jet bridge and told Metropolitan Nashville Police Department officers that the employee who would not let him board without a mask was racist.

Lucas Cutler (©Metropolitan Nashville Police Department)
Lucas Cutler (©Metropolitan Nashville Police Department)

Cutler then yelled obscene language at one of the officers. The officer told him that he would be arrested if he did not lower his voice.

Another officer tried to calm Cutler down but the latter continued to curse and scream. The Harvest resident tensed up when the officers decided to place him under arrest for public intoxication and disorderly conduct.


When the officers placed Cutler on the ground, he held his arms underneath his body. He continued to resist so officers had to use a taser drive stun to his left lower side.

Aside from public intoxication and disorderly conduct, Cutler was also charged with resisting arrest. His bond was set at $1,600.


Harvest is an unincorporated community. It is included in the Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area, the second fastest growing region in Alabama.

Most of Harvest was destroyed when two F5 tornadoes struck the community on April 3, 1974 and an F4 tornado hit the community on May 18, 1995. The community was hit by an EF5 tornado on April 27, 2011 and an EF3 tornado on March 2, 2012.

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