Soldier booted from Electric Cowboy with no ride home, charged with public intoxication

22-year-old Richard Hurley IV was charged with public intoxication when he was escorted out of the Electric Cowboy by security staff and had nowhere to go.

On March 21st, Officer Honeycutt responded to a call from Electric Cowboy located at 690 North Riverside Drive reporting an intoxicated man who would not depart the establishment. Jeffery Bostic, an employee, told officers that Richard Hurley was “causing problems” and that security had removed him.

Richard Hurley IV (MCSO)
Richard Hurley IV (MCSO)

Hurley was in the parking lot and authorities observed him to be impaired. According to the affidavit, because Hurley did not have a way home he was determined to be a danger to himself.

Richard Hurley IV was arrested and charged with public intoxication. His bond was set at $439.

Trish Butler

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