Seven arrested after police find bar reportedly operating after hours
BY AMANDA BLAND World Staff Writer
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Tulsa police busted a bar operating after hours, yielding seven arrests early Wednesday.
Officers saw people and vehicles in the parking lot of the G Spot Bar near 4300 E. Pine St. at 2:10 a.m., said Officer Jill Roberson in a media release.
They then conducted a compliance check inside and found drug paraphernalia as well as open liquor and beer bottles, functioning beer taps and a sign indicating a cover charge to enter the bar.
Five people inside were arrested on outstanding warrants, two people were arrested for public intoxication and the club’s manager, Aaron Benham, 32, was cited for operating a club after hours, police said.
Nicky Lee Jones, 27, of Tulsa and John Alfred Terry, 31, of Tulsa, were arrested in connection with felony cases.
Jones is accused of grabbing a police officer’s penis and “placing her mouth on it outside his pants in a public place” at the Ritz Cabaret, 1881 S. Yale Ave., in June 2010, court records show.
Terry owed court costs after pleading guilty to a charge of failing to comply with sex offender registration act. He also owed court costs in a traffic case and had four municipal warrants.
Jeremy Garrett Thomas, 35; Nicolaus Christian Henderson, 23; and Therasa Danielle Lawrence, 23, all of Tulsa, were jailed on outstanding traffic warrants.
Jordan Michael Birmingham, 21, of Sand Springs and Carol Elizabeth Adler, 21, of Yale were both arrested on complaints of public intoxication.
Adler is also being held on separate complaints of possessing marijuana as well as possession of a controlled drug.
Birmingham and Jones bonded out hours later. The others remained in custody at noon Wednesday.