An intoxicated man allegedly became so upset with a karaoke song in an Indiana bar that he attempted to “go after” the singer.
Last Wednesday, police responded to a report of a man threatening people with a firearm at Leroy’s Hot Stuff Bar in Porter. When cops arrived, an employee pointed to a car in the parking lot where Huff and a woman were reportedly sitting. The officer drew his firearm and ordered the two to get out of the vehicle and onto the ground – saying he saw the woman was holding a gun.
After he was detained, police questioned the staff, who said all the trouble began with a karaoke song. At one point, Huff allegedly became upset with the singer’s song choice and “attempted to go after the singer but ended up falling down.”
Huff then allegedly walked through the entire bar holding his firearm out to his side. Huff’s cousin told the employee that she would get the gun away from Huff and then followed him outside the bar.
Now, according to Porter Superior Court records, 34-year-old Jason Allen Huff has been charged with intimidation where defendant draws or uses a deadly weapon – that’s a level 5 felony.
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