Police: Man breaks into downtown bar to retrieve belongings - WKRN News 2

Police: Man breaks into downtown bar to retrieve belongings

Posted: Updated: April 10, 2014 06:06 PM
Brady Pool, 37, is accused of breaking into a downtown bar to retrieve his left behind belongings. Brady Pool, 37, is accused of breaking into a downtown bar to retrieve his left behind belongings.
A representative of Wanna B's estimates Pool caused around $700 worth of damage to the business. A representative of Wanna B's estimates Pool caused around $700 worth of damage to the business.
Pool told police that after he left the bar, he realized he left his jacket and wallet inside. Pool told police that after he left the bar, he realized he left his jacket and wallet inside.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

A California man arrested after he attempted to bust into a bar in downtown Nashville to get his belongings is free on $2,500 bond.

On-lookers flagged down a Metro police officer after they witnessed Brady Pool, 37, trying to kick in the door of Wanna B's karaoke bar in the 300 block of Broadway.

Pool told police that after he left the bar, he realized he left his jacket and wallet inside. He said he needed them because he had an early morning flight to catch.

When he spotted his belongings sitting on a chair, Pool allegedly attempted to break through the door to retrieve them, getting his foot stuck in the glass.

Pool did not comment as he left the Davidson County Jail, Thursday afternoon.

Employees at Wanna B's also did not comment on the incident when asked later Thursday morning.

"That is crazy," Jessica Helman, who is visiting from California, said. "People shouldn't be kicking in doors when they are locked, especially when it is an establishment."

Metro police said Pool smelled of alcohol and was unsteady on his feet when they found him.

Pool has been charged with felony vandalism and public intoxication.

A representative of Wanna B's told responding officers they estimate Pool caused around $700 worth of damage to the business' door.

Pool is scheduled to appear in Davidson County General Sessions court on May 15.

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