Four arrested for ruckus around bar at closing time

Police arrested four men and enlisted a police dog to help disperse a large crowd causing problems around a bar at closing time.
Sandusky Register Staff
Jul 9, 2014

 

Jarel Williams, 23, of the 2800 block of Hunters Way; Kristopher Lacey, 22, of the 1400 block of Campbell St.; William Lane (William Alexander III), 22, of the 1800 block of Harrison St. and Jordan Jones, 22, of the 1500 block of Pierce St. were all charged with disorderly conduct intoxicated.

A group was heard yelling and arguing shortly after 2 a.m. outside Cheap Seats on Milan Road, according to a Sandusky police report. A Sandusky officer using a PA system ordered the crowd to leave, but was met with some men yelling more profanities, the report said. Some of the men allegedly walked away from officers after they were ordered to stop.

Sandusky police were assisted by Perkins officers and Erie County K-9 Deputy Daniel Orzech. An unidentified participant lunged at Orzech’s dog because he was upset the animal was present.

Comments

Perkins Resident

Welcome to the new DJ's

santown419

This is far from dj's as much as you would like. Excuses and daly's are closer to dj's than this.

margaritaville88

HAHa, and a close walk from Hancock and the streets that 'branch' out from it!!!!

YoMamma

DJs West!

Justwow

Get a darn job you thugs and quit counting on Obama. His 2nd term is almost up and then you will have to find a job. I can imagine, you probably have a medical excuse

eightballcuet1

Not called Cheap Seats anymore, It's called Milan Rd Bar & Grill now. New owners.

YouMustBeJoking

Perkins Resident, You posted the very first that popped up in my head. The New DJs

Little Giant

Maybe they need to change the name of the bar to Cop Stop?

MrGadfly

When the city shut down DJ's, speculation was that Cheap Seats would be the new hang out spot for those who are troublemakers. Low and behold those speculation are coming true.

How can the general public see the fact that closing a specific location does not solve the problem. The city leaders must not have the same logical skills.

Here we go again, just a new location.