Just before midnight Wednesday night, 38-year-old Jesse Francis was kicked out of Losers Bar & Grill on Division Street. Bouncers report he continued to attempt to come back inside to the point where Metro Nashville Police had to become involved. Francis told them he lived nearby, and they agreed to let him just walk home for the night and be done with the situation. Minutes after they had sent him on his way, they were again called to the bar to find Francis attempting to gain entry to the bar, this time at the rear entrance. Due to his level of intoxication and repeated actions, Francis was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Downtown Nashville bouncer 30-year-old Brandon Chapman, or as he describes himself, a “professional adult chaperone,” was inexplicably found sleeping it off in the kitchen of the Omni Hotel at 3:14 a.m. on Friday, June 29th. Security attempted to wake him up and when he eventually realized where he was at told them he would leave when he was ready. He reportedly then became combative and lunged at the victim, Andrew Delobel, several times and grabbed his jacked, throwing him to the ground. The victim suffered minor injuries from the assault. Chapman was issued a citation and failed to self-book on the assault charge. A bench warrant was then issued for this arrest, and he was taken into custody early Tuesday morning.
Metro Nashville Police responded to Losers Bar & Grill on Division Street early Sunday morning after security reported that 22-year-old Randy Gonzales refused to leave at closing time. Bouncer Brandon Chapman stated Gonzales began arguing with him, which escalated to the man charging at him with his body and attempting to strike him. Several other patrons and staff witnessed the incident and Chapman prosecuted Gonzalez for the assault.
25-year-old Casey Vordermark was told to leave Losers Bar in Nashville after becoming a disturbance to other guests, but refused to leave on his own. Security them escorted him outside, at which point he began to fight the security team. Officers arrived and asked the man if he would stop fighting and tell them what was happening, and he just began to yell and curse at officers with slurred words. Without hesitation, he was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Local musician Danial B. Marshall has earned his Nashville musician stripes as he was charged with his first DUI just after 3 a.m. Friday morning after police stopped him for going 58 in a 40 on Hermitage Avenue.