46-year-old Daniel Huskey was at Mr. Billy’s Bar & Grill on May 28 when he attempted to leave while too intoxicated to drive. A concerned person called 911 as he stumbled to his vehicle, where he then urinated before getting inside. Officers arrived to find him in the driver’s seat with the vehicle on, and his head in his hand with his eyes closed. He reeked of alcohol and asked for officers to let him call someone to retrieve him rather than complete the requested field sobriety tests – a request they denied. He was transported to booking and charged with DUI.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Kenneth McCormack was jailed on April 9th after taking off on the police when they tried to pull him over for speeding on his motorcycle. An officer saw McCormack going 67 mph on Dover Road at 2:40 a.m. When the officer turned on his lights and siren, McCormack sped off trying to avoid being pulled over. The Officer turned off his emergency equipment and saw McCormack pull into Mr. Billy’s Bar and go inside. The officer followed and was able to identify McCormack by his clothing. He would not give the officer his Driver’s License, but he was able to be identified by cross-referencing from a prior incident on his motorcycle within the city.
Police responded to Mr. Billy’s Bar & Grill just before 2 a.m. Monday for a reported fight. They arrived to find 22-year-old Jordyn Siclovan standing in front of the bar while swaying and slurring her words. She began to shout profanities at responding officers, who then took her into custody for public intoxication. A search of her person produced a handgun, which was reported stolen out of Hendersonville.
26-year-old Fredrickia Jordan was charged with public intoxication after arguing with a patron at Mr. Billy’s Bar who was trying to get her to leave. She had reportedly become belligerent with both other patrons and staff, and was insistent on driving herself home when police arrived despite having no license and being obviously intoxicated. She refused all officers to assist her in finding alternate ways home, and was transported to booking, where she was charged with public intoxication.
Officers responded to Mr. Billy’s Bar & Grill to a report of a woman lying on the floor, extremely intoxicated. They found 32-year-old Monika Falcon as the intoxicated woman and made contact with an employee who says when they attempted to assist her from the floor so she would go home, she bit an employee in the chest. She was unable or unwilling to speak to officers, and her speech that was attempted was not able to be understood due to her extreme level of intoxication.