Police Report: Male dancers allegedly harassed
A man was booked into jail on suspicion of two counts of battery after he attacked two security guards at Harrah’s Club Vex at around 2 a.m. Nov. 11, according to a report from a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy.
The man was asked to leave after allegedly harassing male dancers inside the club. As he was being escorted from the building, he hit both security guards, one on the right side of his face and the other on the side of his head, the report stated.
— A fight that broke out at Harrah’s Club Vex on Nov. 11 resulted in at least three people being asked to leave, according to a Douglas County sheriff’s report.
A man allegedly harassed a woman after she rejected his offer to dance. The woman’s boyfriend came to her aid and told the man to “back off,” and a fight ensued, according to the report. All parties involved reported gave versions of the incident.
— A Cave Rock resident called authorities after becoming suspicious of a man who came to his door asking for donations for magazine subscriptions at about 8 p.m Nov. 2, according to a report from a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy. The resident gave the solicitor a check for $307, but then searched the Internet and could not verify that the company the man reportedly worked for was legitimate. The resident found the man still in his neighborhood and got his check back. Deputies were called but were unable to locate the solicitor.
— A man was arrested on suspicion of battery after fighting with another man in line at Fatburger inside Harrah’s at about 4 a.m. Nov. 11, according to a report from a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy. Surveillance video showed that the man arrested initiated the fight, pushing his way past several people who apparently were trying to hold him back, according to the report. The suspect told deputies the other man made a threatening gesture, and he reacted. The suspect, who said he had consumed about 10 drinks, said he couldn’t remember what he did then, but the next thing he knew, they were on the ground fighting.
– Tribune City Editor Elaine Goodman contributed to this report.
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