Ohio Democrats to remember, claim John Glenn
Ohio Democrats to remember, claim John Glenn.
Franklin is using the liquor permit process to object to the renewal of the liquor permit of the New York New York Cabaret strip club which is the focus of an ongoing criminal investigation.
All liquor permits in Franklin come up for renewal on June 1 and if there is an objection, that would need to be filed by May 1 with the Ohio Division of Liquor Control for a hearing to be held at the Warren County Administration Building in Lebanon, said Donnette Fisher, city law director.
Council approved a resolution to object to the renewal on the recommendation of Fisher and Police Chief Russ Whitman.
Fisher said the Ohio Investigative Unit’s investigation resulted in two arrests and several citations against its liquor permit last month.
Whitman told the Journal-News that there may additional charges filed by the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office.
An additional charge of prostitution, a third-degree misdemeanor, was filed against Hindy on Tuesday.
She was arraigned on both charges Tuesday in Franklin Municipal Court.
She is free on her own recognizance.
The liquor permit was cited with the following: five counts of drug possession; three counts of drug sales; two counts of drug use; one county of nudity; one count of engaging in sexual activity; one count of solicitation of anything of value; one count of disorderly conduct; three counts of permitting removal of beer or intoxicating liquor sold for on-premise consumption; and one count of unsanitary conditions (fixtures, equipment).