An Indiana man who allegedly grabbed women in a restroom at a downtown Bowling Green bar has been charged with assault after getting into a fight with bouncers who asked him to leave.
Bowling Green police were called to Doc’s at 12:51 a.m. Sunday and found several bouncers on the ground trying to control a man, later identified as Louis Garrett.
Police spoke to a bar employee who had a large bleeding scrape on his left forearm and a large knot on his forehead. He told police he was injured by Garrett, according to the Bowling Green Police Division report.
This employee said a customer told him that Garrett had been going into the women’s restroom and touching them. He confronted Garrett and told him to leave, according to the report.
With the assistance of other bouncers, Garrett was forced out the back door.
Garrett returned to the front of the bar and once again entered before making his way back to the women’s restroom, where he was confronted by the bouncers.
Garrett then allegedly started attacking one of them before he was taken to the floor.
A witness told police that Garrett walked up to her and another woman while they were waiting in line for the restroom and started touching the other woman.
Garrett was taken into custody and placed into a cruiser. He began vomiting and, due to his level of intoxication, he was transported to Wood County Hospital, according to the report.
Garrett, 25, Fort Wayne, was cited for criminal trespass, disorderly conduct/intoxicated-annoy or alarm and assault.