Julio's restaurant fighting fine, suspension.Julio's Mexican Restaurant in downtown Jonesboro said it would fight an Alcoholic Beverage Control Alcoholic Beverage Control may refer to:
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Julio's could have paid the fine and agreed to the suspension, but it has asked for a hearing before the ABC ABC
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n. pl. . A hearing date hasn't been set yet.
The fines stem from several incidents that occurred on Feb. 25.
"They had some issues of serving after hours Adv. 1. after hours - not during regular hours; "he often worked after hours" and also violating the good-neighbor policy," Langley said. "There was an alleged fight in their place of business and also an alleged shooting in their parking lot."
A Julio's employee was a convicted felon An individual who commits a crime of a serious nature, such as Burglary or murder. A person who commits a felony.
felon n. a person who has been convicted of a felony, which is a crime punishable by death or a term in state or federal prison. , officials said.
"The least that could happen is nothing, and the most that could happen is they can be fined and have their permit suspended or pulled for a period of time," Langley said.
A representative for Julio's was unavailable for comment.
Julio's was one of the first restaurants in downtown Jonesboro to receive a private club permit in 2004. The private club permit is necessary to serve alcohol in a dry county.
Langley said Julio's was the first restaurant with a private club permit in Jonesboro to have a problem.