24-year-old Blake Taylor was booked this week on an outstanding citation charging him with criminal trespass a Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville after he was kicked out not once, not twice, but three times in the same night in 2019, and continued to return despite being told he was no longer welcome at the venue. Officers issued him a state citation for which he was originally scheduled to appear in April of 2019 but failed to do so. Taylor was booked into the Metro Nashville jail on the outstanding warrant on December 8th and was released on his own recognizance.
52-year-old tourist Luis Gomez, from Colorado, faces multiple assault charges after he slapped his wife during an argument at Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville, and then reportedly assaulted a bartender when she told them they needed to leave the venue. Gomez is charged with the domestic assault of his wife, and assault of the bartender, and is free on a $3,500 cash bond.
33-year-old Ryan James McEwen was found causing a disturbance in front of Kid Rock’s bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville. Metro Nashville Police observed him yelling and screaming while stabbing a trash can with a knife. He reportedly reeked of alcohol, and officers were unable to determine the reason for his rage. He was charged with public intoxication.
52-year-old Robert Lee Hurd was denied entry into Kid Rock’s Bar in downtown Nashville, so he snuck through a window and milled about inside where he pretended to be an employee of the bar. Hurd took money from patrons under the guise of getting them drinks, however, he used it to buy himself drinks… $83.84 worth, to be exact – so approximately 4 drinks. He is charged with criminal trespass and theft, and is free on a $1,000 bond.
22-year-old Isaac Jordan was deemed to be too drunk for Kid Rock’s bar Saturday night when he became disorderly and refused to leave when asked by bar staff. When police arrived he continued to yell that he “didn’t do anything wrong!” and reeked of alcohol. He was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail, charged with public intoxication.
Officers located a very intoxicated 34-year-old Eric Lee Young face down on the sidewalk, apparently sleeping it off, outside of Kid Rock’s Bar around closing time Friday morning. He had trouble standing on his own and thought he was an entirely different bar. He was charged with public intoxication.
27-year-old Connor House is free on a $30,000 bond, charged with the felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon of two bouncers at Rebar Midtown. Shane Jenkins and Noah Cahours say House threw and shattered a beer bottle, causing them both to sustain visible injuries. They detained him after a brief chase, until police arrived.
At the time of this arrest, Connor House was free on a $15,000 bond from A Around the Clock Bonding after causing $17,000 of damage to his parent’s home when they locked him out. At the time of that arrest, he was also free on another $17,000 bond with the same company, after two domestic assaults on his girlfriend.
Metro Nashville Police say it took 4 of their officers to get 32-year-old Alianna Nevah Mikeila Mendoza into a patrol car after she bit a security guard at Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville, after attempting to walk out without paying her tab. Once at booking, it took three officers to get her inside, despite her being in hobble restraints. She is free on pre-trial release.
27-year-old Bryan Moore was charged with public intoxication after he was kicked out of Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville, then approached Nashville Police officers to make a complaint about his ouster. They advised him to leave the area, but he refused and began to bang on the door to the venue. During his arrest, a citizen also reported that Moore had assaulted him.
In an announcement Tuesday morning, city officials announced that Nashville will retreat to a hybrid version of Phase II of the COVID-19 reopening plan. Bars will be closed for two weeks, starting tonight. No downtown fireworks. No large gatherings.