Darryl Dinning Jr. fights security at Whiskey Row, tells officer to “Suck His D*ck”

Darryl Dinning Jr. fights security at Whiskey Row, tells officer to “Suck His D*ck”

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26-year-old Darryl Dinning Jr. had an altercation with security personnel at Whiskey Row in downtown Nashville on February 12th. Whiskey Row security signaled officers for assistance, and when they arrived, Dinning Jr. was walking away from the establishment, yelling at security. Officers approached and detained him due to his level of agitation, and then he became belligerent, yelling racial slurs towards them. Whiskey Row security personnel advised them that Dinning Jr. tried to grab items off the DJ booth inside the establishment and continued after being told to stop repeatedly. Security managed to push him away from the booth and eventually escorted him outside. When they got outside, Dinning Jr. walked around security towards the bar again. Dinning Jr. grabbed the line stanchions and threw them on the ground. Dinning Jr. was taken into custody for disorderly conduct. On the way to booking, Dinning Jr. told one officer to “suck his dick” and called her a “slave monger,” and then he called the other officer a “fucking white boy” while stepping into their faces, trying to provoke a physical altercation, and told them to punch him.

Darryl Rjr Dinning (MNPD)
Darryl R Dinning Jr. (MNPD)

Darryl R Dinning Jr. of Beaconcrest Circle in Murfreesboro, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on February 12th, charged with disorderly conduct. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $500, and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office gave him pre-trial release from their facility.

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