John Lennon, Friends Arrested By Boca Raton Police

dubliner-bocaBOCA RATON, FL ( — John Lennon and two of his friends were charged with trespass over the weekend for allegedly refusing to leave the Dubliner at 435 Plaza Real.

The “Trespassing Trio:” Lennon, Christopher Mury and Patric Gorgan returned to the Dubliner after they were told to leave, according to police. Officers were called to the scene and placed the men under arrest. Mury, 28, and Lennon were released on their own recognizance and will appear in court at some point over the next several months. Patric Grogan, 30, allegedly refused to sign the summons he was given which landed him in the Palm Beach County Jail. He was ultimately released on his own recognizance as well. Neither Lennon, Mury nor Grogan have court records in Palm Beach County.




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