The Dickson City Council has scheduled a special Beer Board meeting for tonight to hear from the attorney representing an applicant for a beer permit who is facing felony drug charges. Attorney Jerrod Creasy has asked to address the beer board concerning the pending application from Kanakkumar Patel for the Crazy Bull Saloon on Lewis Hollow Road, which was deferred by the board until there is a resolution to charges involving the possession and sale of synthetic marijuana currently pending. In December, the board also deferred an application for the same business from Kanakkumar Patel’s father, Harshad Patel, who is reportedly a 20 percent owner of Crazy Bull. With two applications pending for the same business, the council voted to defer them both until the charges against the original applicant are adjudicated. The situation also prompted the council to discuss the possible need for changing part of its beer ordinance to close what some council members called a “loophole” that allows applications to be filed in the name of minority owners. The special session of the Beer Board is set for 7 pm tonight in conjunction with a special session of the city council for a second and final vote on a rezoning request on Beasley Drive for a 64-unit apartment complex. The council’s Public Safety, Public Works and Finance and Management Committees also meet tonight at Dickson City Hall.