Too much honky in his tonk, man charged with disorderly conduct at Cahoots

21-year-old James Dushek was charged with disorderly conduct after he refused to leave Cahoots Dancehall and Honky Tonk.

On March 15th, officers were dispatched to Cahoots Dancehall and Honky Tonk on South College Street to back up Lebanon Fire Department and Wilson County Emergency Management Agency. When police arrived, contact was made with James Dushek.

James Dushek (WCSO)
James Dushek (WCSO)

The Cahoots staff were attempting to remove James from the business but he continued to resist. Police stated that James’ actions kept multiple citizens from going about their lawful activities. James was then taken into custody and transported to booking.

James Dushek was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. He was later released on his own recognizance.

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