Police respond to call of naked woman in elevator at Lucky Bastard Saloon — Olivia Clark

Metro Nashville Police responded to a call about a naked woman in the elevator at the Lucky Bastard Saloon late Saturday night. They found 31-year-old Olivia Clark without any pants. She reeked of alcohol and was unsure what happened to her pants, who she was with, or where she was staying. She was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.

Paul Tirado found “no so lucky” outside Lucky Bastard Saloon in downtown Nashville

Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District Enforcement Initiative this weekend encountered 35-year-old Paul Tirado outside the Lucky Bastard Saloon, barely able to stand on his own and causing an extreme disturbance to those around him. He was asked to leave multiples times and refused. Unable to locate anyone to care for him, he was charged with public intoxication and transported to booking.

Tourist charged with slapping bouncer after refusing to pay her tab at Nashville Bar — Jennifer Jensen

54-year-old New Jersey tourist Jennifer Jensen is charged with assault after a bouncer at Lucky Bastard Saloon in #DowntownNashville says she slapped him as he was escorting her out of the venue when she caused a disturbance in the bar, refusing to pay her tab. She was issued a misdemeanor citation for assault.

Tourist charged with disorderly conduct after assaulting police officer — Robert Eberhardt #PreTrialRelease

60-year-old Rober Eberhardt, of Arizona, is charged with disorderly conduct after he was at Lucky Bastard Saloon in downtown Nashville this weekend and became upset after his wife suffered an injury and security escorted him out of the venue. He attempted to re-enter the establishment, at which time Officer Sizemore told him he could not re-enter, and he grabbed the police officer’s shoulder with both hands and pushed him backward. He was transported to booking, charged with disorderly conduct, and is free on pre-trial release.

Man hides in stairwell & sprays bar employee with fire extinguisher — William Spielberg #LuckyBastardSaloon

Metro Nashville Police say highly intoxicated 30-year-old William Spielberg hid in the stairwell at Lucky Bastard Saloon in downtown Nashville, and when an employee was walking up the stairwell just before closing early Monday morning, Spielberg unleashed the spray of the extinguisher onto the employee. Spielberg was charged with public intoxication and booked into the Metro Nashville Jail.

Woman assaulted by Florida tourist in reported rape attempt; He’s jailed for 153 minutes before pre-trial release — Patrick Schiebel

As a young woman walked alone in Midtown late Monday evening, she says a man began to “cat all” her, and as she continued past him she says he firmly grabbed her arm. As she began to fight back, he reportedly told her he was going to rape her. She was able to break away from the man, identified as 30-year-old Patrick Schiebel, and flee to a nearby apartment building with a visible concierge who let her inside and called 911. Metro Nashville Police officers located the man but refused to charge him themselves since they didn’t witness it. MNPD escorted the victim to night court, where a magistrate signed a simple assault private prosecution warrant. The tourist was jailed for 153 minutes before being given pre-trial release and set free, despite a magistrate setting his bond at $10,000.

Tourist punches face of bouncer escorting him out of Lucky Bastard Saloon #VisitMusicCity

22-year-old Cole Foster Caylor is charged with assault and public intoxication after police say he punched a security guard in the face at a downtown Nashville bar he was being tossed out of, then continued to cause a scene on the sidewalk.

Even a Ft. Campbell soldier wasn’t prepared for his first weekend in Nashville: Tyreece Stephen

A 22-year-old Ft. Campbell Soldier, Tyreece Stephen, ventured to Nashville for the first time Saturday night. After an altercation in front of the Lucky Bastard Saloon, he would end up a booked and bloody mess. The next day he would post on social media that his first visit to Nashville couldn’t have gone worse.