30-year-old Clarksville Fire Department Engineer Garrett Skeens was fighting another person outside Honky Tonk Central Sunday night in downtown Nashville, according to police. The two told police that they did not wish to prosecute each other. However, police saw Garrett fighting again outside Jason Aldean’s bar a short time later. When police spoke to Garrett, they described him as visibly intoxicated. Officers then placed him into custody for public intoxication and disorderly conduct. According to Clarksville Fire Rescue, he is an engineer four with years of service.
28-year-old Tyler Bashaw and others were involved in a fight with security staff at Honky Tonk Central just before last call Sunday morning and was detained by bouncers. He had reportedly assaulted one of the bouncers, and they wanted him removed from the property. Metro Nashville Police arrived to find him visibly intoxicated and reeking of alcohol. The victim stated he would prosecute for the assault at a later time.
23-year-old Jacob Conway refused to leave Honky Tonk Central late Wednesday night after an altercation inside the bar. Security staff told Conway and a person he was with to leave the venue multiple times before Metro Nashville Police became involved. Officers noted Conway was visibly intoxicated, and as he approached Officer Daughtry, he asked, “Are you ready to go?” and assumed a fighting stance while cursing at the officer. Conway was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
37-year-old Sean Skoglund was asked to leave Honky Tonk Central in downtown Nashville after being disorderly late Wednesday night. He became upset and pushed a security staff member, James Pearce, as he was being escorted out of the venue. Metro Nashville Police responded to the door and took Skoglund into custody for the assault.
39-year-old tourist Matthew Jacobson was kicked out of Honkey Tonk Central late Thursday night on Broadway in downtown Nashville and told not to return due to his disorderly and aggressive behavior towards staff. Just after midnight, Jacobson returned to the bar and attempted to get back inside while being aggressive with security once again. He was told he could not enter, and nearby Metro Nashville Police officers observed him to be highly intoxicated and having trouble standing. He was taken into custody and transported to booking.
37-year-old Alberto R. Luque Gomez was in a fight with another individual at Honky Tonk Central on Broadway in downtown Nashville in the early hours of Sunday morning. Officers ordered the two to break up the altercation, but they continued actively fighting. Officers were eventually able to separate the individuals and detained Gomez, who stated he consumed at least “five beers.” Due to his level of intoxication and the likelihood of the behavior continuing, he was taken into custody.
42-year-old tourist Tiffany Densch was causing a disorderly disturbance at Honky Tonk Central on Broadway in downtown Nashville on May 21 when security asked her to leave the bar. She continued to refuse to leave, even when Metro Nashville Police arrived after being flagged down by venue security. She was given another opportunity by officers and continued to refuse. She was taken into custody and charged with criminal trespass.
32-year-old Kasey Whitmore is charged with the assault of a bouncer at Honky Tonk Central on April 2. Samuel Wells was escorting her out of the building when he says she punched him in the face. She was issued a citation charging her with assault.
35-year-old Justin Bower attempted to enter Honky Tonk Central on Broadway in downtown Nashville late Friday night but was denied entry due to his already extreme level of intoxication. He repeated continued to attempt to enter the bar and was repeatedly denied by staff. Eventually, Metro Nashville Police took Bower into custody and charged him with public intoxication.
26-year-old Keegan Foster says washed-up law enforcement officer turned club bouncer Ryan Burlesci grabbed him and threw him to the ground as he was being escorted out of Honky Tonk Central later Saturday night. Foster says he then threw the bouncer’s hat off his head in retaliation. Burlesci says he was pushed in the chest. Foster was taken into custody and charged with assault, via private prosecution.