Dudes arrested after they refuse to leave Good Time Emporium

Erin Smith

Police arrested a pair of rowdy, beer-swigging men after they were kicked out of Good Time Emporium and refused to leave Friday night.

It all started when Michael Vaughan, 24, allegedly took his Bud Light beer with him when he went to smoke a cigarette on the outdoor patio of the bar on June 27 at 11:05 p.m.

When bar staff told him alcohol was not allowed outside, the apparently intoxicated Vaughan said, “Dude, get real. I’ll do what I want,” according to police reports.

Vaughan was asked to leave the bar after he allegedly continued to mock the staff and even called one man a Nazi.

“Yeah, right, dude. Like I might leave,” Vaughan allegedly said when he was banned from the bar.

When Officer James Slattery and Sgt. John Vozella, who were working paid details at Good Time Emporium, warned Vaughan he would be arrested if he didn’t leave, Vaughan replied, “Dude, are you for real?,” according to police reports.

Vaughan’s friend, 22-year-old Jason Tassinari, allegedly told police he would make Vaughan leave, but a short while later Vaughan allegedly tried to enter the entertainment complex again, according to police.

“Dude, I’m coming in. What are you going to do? Do you know who I am? I’m from Pembroke, Massachusetts,” Vaughn allegedly told Sgt. Vozella.

Vaughan and Tassinari allegedly both live at 128 Pleasant St. in Hanson, according to police reports.

After Vaughan was arrested, Tassinari became enraged with police and tried to free Vaughan from his handcuffs, according to police reports.

On the way to the police station, police said, Vaughan continued to make irrational statements, saying, “You don’t know what I am going to do to you” and “I’m from Pembroke, Massachusetts.” He also allegedly told police he got two Pembroke cops fired and threatened their jobs, according to police reports.

Vaughan and Tassinari were both charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Vaughan was also charged with trespassing.