36-year-old Millicent ‘Millie’ Martin was being kicked out of Honky Tonk Central early Saturday evening after she reportedly assaulted a security guard. When she refused to leave, police were called, and charged her with public intoxication, and transported her to booking, where she remained for the 8-hour sobering up period. Security staff did not press charges.
ARREST WARRANT / AFFIDAVIT:
Officers responded to the Honky Tonk Central bar at 329 Broadway regarding a disorderly person who was intoxicated, had assaulted a security guard, and was refusing to leave the location. Upon arrival, officers observed that the defendant was unsteady on her feet and needed assistance to walk. While speaking to the defendant, officers observed that she had slurred speech and smelled a strong odor of alcohol on her exposed breath as she spoke.
The defendant could not tell officers her name, where she lived, or if she was at the location with anyone who could escort her home safely. Officers determined she was not able to care for herself and was a danger to others if not taken into custody. The defendant was identified via state-issued picture ID and police computer.