Traverse City News and Events

Police Called To Disturbance At Bar

By Patrick Sullivan | May 21, 2019

Traverse City police were called after a group of women, upset about being refused entrance to a bar because they were drunk, threw a cookie at the bar’s door.

The bouncer at the door was not injured, Chief Jeff O’Brien says.

Officers were called to Side Traxx on Franklin Street at 1:24am Sunday. By the time officers arrived, the six or seven women who had caused a ruckus when they were refused service had left, O’Brien says.

 

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