He added, however, “Activity had been going on after-hours, which was brought to our attention. It happened multiple times. Det. David Milne investigated and found out it had been going on for some time.”
Ultimately, however, police brought only one liquor violation against the establishment.
The Board of Selectmen, in its capacity as the town’s Licensing Board, voted 4-1 on June 17 to suspend the restaurant’s license for 30 days after its 24-year-old manager, Pabla, admitted giving alcohol to a 17-year-old female employee.