Chicago’s Jessika Dagons charged in assault of manager & security at Rippy’s Honky Tonk

36-year-old tourist Jessika Dagons is charged with assaulting a manager of Rippy’s Honky Tonk and an off-duty police officer working security there on Saturday. As they were attempting to escort her from the property, she began to punch and kick them. Metro Nashville Police arrived at the location, took her into custody, and transported her to booking.

Ohio Man charged with assault of bouncers at Rippy’s Bar — Michael McGhee

30-year-old tourist Michael McGhee now faces two assault charges after an altercation at Rippy’s in downtown Nashville this playoff weekend. Police say early Sunday morning bouncers at Rippy’s bar on Broadway flagged them down due to a fight at the venue. When officers arrived inside, McGhee was already detained by security. He had fallen asleep at the bar and was asked to leave, but instead decided to threaten Joseph Gillaspie and pushed him when Robert Silliman attempted to restrain McGhee, who kicked him in the face.

Man charged with assaulting bouncers at Rippy’s Bar — Brandan Owen

30-year-old Brandan Owen faces multiple charges after police say he assaulted two bouncers at Rippy’s on Broadway in downtown Nashville, striking one of them with a glass beer bottle. Owen told police he was held down and kicked by the bouncers.

The argument started after he was asked to leave the bar for being disorderly. Brandan Owen is free on a $3,700 bond.

Underage drunk tourist destroys Rippy’s door when kicked out of bar — Samuel Harp Lane arrested

20-year-old Samuel “Harp” Lane from Mountain Lake, NJ, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail late Friday night after he destroyed the door to Rippy’s Honky Tonk in downtown Nashville.

The underage Bowdoin college student was inside the bar and heavily intoxicated according to witnesses when he cause a disturbance and was asked to leave. As he was exiting the bar he kicked the door with his foot, shattering it. Lane is charged with public intoxication and felony vandalism. He is free on a $4,000 bond.