Metro Nashville Police say 30-year-old Jonathan Cordon, of La Vergne, was unable to pay his $508.53 bar tab at Kid Rock’s Bar on Broadway in downtown Nashville Thursday morning. Police initially responded to the venue after Cordon continued to re-enter the bar after being removed by security staff for fighting other patrons. He kept sneaking in through a window and was removed twice already when police came to assist. They observed him being belligerent and extremely intoxicated. As they placed him in the patrol car to be transported to booking, bar staff alerted officers the credit card was declined. Cordon said he had no other way to pay the bill, and Kid Rock’s bar wished to prosecute for the unpaid tab.
32-year-old Musician Graham Nancarrow is charged with public intoxication and assault, after admitting to punching a man in the elevator at Kid Rock’s Big Honky Tonk & Steakhouse in downtown Nashville, leaving him with a black eye and scratches. He claims he “feared for his life” but was unable to articulate why.
40-year-old Allison Hejdak was charged with vandalism when security at Kid Rock’s Big Honky Tonk told authorities that she shattered their glass door because she was upset about being escorted out at closing time.
The Metro Nashville Health Department has cited Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk Bar and 13 additional businesses for being out of compliance with emergency Health Department Orders. Dr. Caldwell visited Kid Rock’s after receiving a complaint about the bar on Friday night. The citation was issued last night and a decision on the amount of the fine will be made during the court appearance.