Three Kings received a citation to its liquor permit stemming from an April 4 Warrensville Heights police case, the release says. OIU agents went into the bar about 1 a.m. and saw patrons standing shoulder-to-shoulder, with no social distancing measures in place and few masks worn. The bar was about 75 people above capacity. The DSTRKT was cited after agents went into the club just before 1 a.m. and saw patrons gathering closely around the bar and DJ booth with little social distancing, the news release says.
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Read more on cleveland.com: The administrative citation cases will be heard by the Ohio Liquor Control Commission for potential penalties, including fines or the suspension or revocation of liquor licenses.
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