Bourbon bouncer guilty; broke tourist's jaw over $6 tab
NEW ORLEANS - Prosecutors in New Orleans say they won a conviction against a Bourbon Street bouncer who broke a tourist's jaw in a dispute over a $6 bar tab.
In a news release Tuesday, District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro's office said 35-year-old Clarence Lacombe pleaded guilty as charged to second-degree battery.
The incident happened on April 2 on the 400 block of Bourbon Street.
The release says Lacombe received a two-year suspended sentence.
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