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Mingo Bar's License Remains Suspended
Reported by: Rachael Tarr
Web Producer: Bethany Simmons
Reported: Feb. 20, 2012 11:50 AM EST
Updated: Feb. 20, 2012 4:19 PM EST
Williamson , Mingo County , West Virginia
The license of a Mingo County nightclub where a brawl broke out last month will remain suspended for now.
More than 50 people were involved in that fight outside of Yesterday's Night Club in late January. One man was stabbed and another knocked unconscious as a result of that fight.
Alcohol Beverage Control Administration officials say some 400 people were inside the bar that night and the club did not have adequate security.
Officials with the ABCA say no decision regarding the club's license will be made until April.
The fate of a Mingo County bar is in the hands of Alcohol Beverage Control Administration.
You may remember a bar brawl that broke out last month involving more than 50 patrons at Yesterday's Night Club in Williamson.
Branden Teasley, a Pikeville University football player, was stabbed while dancing with a girl.Another football player suffered a concussion.
Byron Young was arrested and charged with malicious wounding. ABCA officials say around 400 people were in the bar that night and there was not adequate security.
ABCA suspended the bar's license and plans to hold a hearing on either reinstating the bar's license or revoking it completely. We should know more on their decision Monday afternoon.
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