State Pulls Club Allure's Liquor License After Years of Problems

Bullets from the last shooting hit John Qs
  • Bullets from the last shooting hit John Q's

If you wanted to know what it takes for the Ohio Division of Liquor Control to pull a liquor license from a bar, here's the final tally of problems at Club Allure that led the state to not renew its license:

— 173 calls to the cops between Jan. 1, 2009 through July 6, 2010, according to the Plain Dealer. 25% of which involved violent crimes.

— Four shootings in the last three years, the latest gunshots ringing out this June.

— Oh, there's more: "Complaints include fights, sexual activity, drug use, public urination and litter, including broken beer bottles, condoms and drug paraphernalia, according to the letter."

Discarded used condoms, drugs, and bullets? That'll do it.

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