32-year-old Cody Bearden was with a friend at Kid Rock’s Bar in downtown Nashville late Friday night when his friend fell. Security advised Bearden to take his friend outside of the bar due to his level of intoxication. Bearden, who was visiting from Illinois, then assaulted two bouncers when they attempted to remove him from the bar, and was overheard calling them racial slurs. Bearden was taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct.
28-year-old Brittany Ozment was standing at the corner of the intersection of Old Hickory Blvd and Rocky Lane when police spoke to her late Tuesday night. Brittany told them that her vehicle was involved in the crash that they responded to. Police reported that she reeked of alcohol, swayed while standing, and was unsteady on her feet while walking. She was told that she was placed under arrest for DUI and refused to do sobriety tests or provide a blood or breath sample.
49-year-old tourist Anthony ‘Joel’ McClure was inside Kid Rock’s bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville Saturday when he became extremely intoxicated and was unable to stand on his own, and fell onto the floor multiple times. During one of his falls, a Glock 17 fell from his waistband holster and onto the floor, which was observed by a security guard who secured the weapon and detained McClure. Officers arrived and took McClure into custody and the weapon, which was loaded with one in the chamber, into evidence.
28-year-old Canadian Jacob Dougherty was being escorted out of Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville when he reportedly punched a bouncer, Ronald Eugene Spencer, in the face, impacting his left eye. He and security then brawled, resulting in Metro Nashville Police responding to the bar and transporting him to booking.
28-year-old Joseph Hamelin was at Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville Thursday night, where he was extremely intoxicated and throwing things at other patrons. Security made contact with him and asked him to leave, a request he refused. A second bouncer soon arrived, and he was escorted to the stairwell, where he fell to dead weight and refused to move. He assumed the fetal position and told bouncers he wasn’t going anywhere, but “y’all can take me wherever.” He was handcuffed, and police were called to transport him to night court. While in the back of the patrol car, he vomited, earning him another charge. Once inside booking, Hamelin told his friend, who was also in booking, “I puked in that fucking dude’s car!”
19-year-old Walt Scarborough was drinking an alcoholic beverage on the sidewalk in front of Kid Rock’s Bar in downtown Nashville in the early hours of Sunday morning. When officers approached and informed he he could only drink inside, Scarborough became confrontational and “stepped up” to officers.” They verified his ID was fake, and he was actually only 19-years-old, as he was carrying his actual ID on him, too. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Police say 24-year-old Andrei Gavaz unzipped his pants and whipped out his most prized possession at Kid Rock’s Bar on Valentine’s Day. He then thoroughly touched himself and then, using that same hand, smacked the face of a bouncer who had escorted him out of the venue due to his level of intoxication. He was attempting to re-enter the bar when the assault occurred. The bouncer, Shay Thomas, fell to the ground and suffered cuts to both elbows and his knuckle while attempting to detain Gavaz.
Police arrived to find Gavaz cuffed, and as they were placing him in the rear of a patrol car, he had to be hobble-restrained as he attempted to kick Officer Hill in the face, but no contact was made. He was still charged with assault of an officer, as Officer Hill stated he “felt as if he was about to be assaulted.” He then began to spit all over the rear of the patrol vehicle, resulting in an additional vandalism charge.
21-year-old Elijah Roise, who you can often catch on-stage at Kid Rock’s Bar in downtown Nashville, gave police chase at over 100 mph Monday afternoon. An officer initially observed Roise traveling at 92 mph in a 55 mph zone and initiated a traffic stop. Speeds reached 105 mph until Roise switched lanes and slammed on his brakes behind another vehicle, nearly causing an accident. He was taken into custody for reckless driving.
Bar staff at Kid Rock’s Big Ass Honky Tonk Rock N’ Roll Steakhouse were attempting to remove 25-year-old Annaliese Noel Mickelson from their establishment Friday night, and she refused to leave after multiple requests. She continued to berate the staff verbally and became aggressive toward them. Bar security detained her for trespassing, and Metro Nashville Police arrived and took her into custody.
40-year-old Leo Shane Webster of Canby, Oregon, was booked this week on a citation charging him with the assault of Brian Theriac, who is a bouncer at Kid Rock’s Bar in downtown Nashville. Staff says he was initially removed from the venue for being disorderly, only to return to the location a short time later and punch a bouncer in the chest. The incident was captured on video.