Had 2 friends who he left the bar with who told police he didn't kick any car & 2 eyewitnesses in the parking lot. My son was in the bar & got kicked out for picking up a shot he thought the girl he was talking to bought it for him. When he saw her facial expression, he realized his mistake& put it down,did not drink it,& went to bathroom where he was confronted by the bartender, bouncer & 4 thugs from the bar.The girl bought 6 shots, figuring 4 of them were for the thugs.One of the thugs or bar employees called the police & told him he kicked his car(2003 audi).He denied it & wanted to see vehicle, police told him to shut up or were going to char you.him with disorderly conduct, so he shut up,took the ticket & left.You're right, he has never had a criminal record,got his first speeding ticket 2 weeks ago.
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