Frank Viera scuffles with bouncers at Twelve Thirty Club in downtown Nashville

Frank Viera scuffles with bouncers at Twelve Thirty Club in downtown Nashville

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Police say 25-year-old Frank Viera refused to leave the Twelve Thirty Club bar in downtown Nashville late Saturday night despite being asked multiple times by security staff to leave the venue. Frank was by the DJ booth, becoming an annoyance, and the DJ did not want him to be in the location, causing a disturbance to his work. While he initially agreed to pay his bar tab and leave, he quickly became aggressive and told them he would have to be physically removed. As they escorted him out, he attempted to fight staff, but was taken to the doorway where he met police. Frank told police the bouncers still had his prescription glasses, phone, and debit card, so he refused to leave. Security returned his glasses, which they say were broken in the scuffle. His phone and debit card were located on his person.

Frank Viera (MNPD)
Frank Viera (MNPD)

Frank Mjr Viera of Duncan Court in Brentwood, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on March 10th, charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $1,000, and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office gave him pre-trial release from their facility.

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