Springfield man accused of skipping out on $100 bar bill

A Springfield man has been accused of ringing up a more than a $100 bill and then leaving a local bar after trying to pay his tab with a gift card with insufficient funds.

Daniel Bloomfield, 25, is also accused of stealing a 12-pack of beer from an employee and is alleged to have fought with a bar patron. The alleged incidents happened on June 8, according to a police report. Bloomfield was scheduled to appear in Clark County Municipal Court on Wednesday but a bench warrant was issued.

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Authorities alleged Bloomfield was drunk when they found him on North Fountain Avenue.

“Mr. Bloomfield was extremely intoxicated and had several visible injuries to his face. A medic was requested and Mr. Bloomfield was transported to the hospital,” the reports says.

A receipt attached to the police report shows Bloomfield ordered a large amount of alcohol. The receipt lists three pitchers of Bud Lite, seven bottles of Natural Lite, nine cherry bombs and a Jager bomb, six Washington Apples and some vodka.


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