2 lose your liquor license over this BULLSHIT!
1st, u REFUSE 2 call 911 about the shooting. The guy could have DIED right there & then, but NOOOOOO, u wanted them u take the guy 2 the hospital.
2nd, u LIE about it 2 the cops, like the shooting NEVER OCCURRED?!
3rd, u try 2 COVER UP, uh, I mean, CLEAN UP, THE ACTUAL CRIME SCENE?!
If u don't believe me, read it here or below, courtesy of The News & Record.
ABC permits suspended at club where shooting occurred
GREENSBORO — The ABC permits have been suspended for a Greensboro club where a shooting occurred earlier this month.
In documents provided Sunday by Greensboro police, the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission stated it has suspended the permits for LAX Gentleman's Club, where the shooting happened Nov. 7.
A fight occurred inside the club, and security escorted the people involved outside. At some point, one of them pulled out a gun and shot another man.
In the documents, authorities allege that workers at the club refused to call 911 and told a friend of the wounded man that he would have to take him to the hospital. Police learned of the shooting when the man was brought to the hospital.
When officers went to the club, they were told by the club's night manager, Quinton Jones, that no fight or shooting had occurred, according to the documents. Police later reviewed the club's video surveillance system - after first being told that it didn't work - and determined that club workers had attempted to clean up the crime scene with bleach, according to the documents.
Leroy Starr Copney Jr., 37, of 801 Moultrie Ct. Apt. D, has been charged with one count of attempted first-degree murder in connection with the shooting of 23-year-old Demettere Myja Fox.
The club is part-owned by Rocco Scarfone, whose establishments have recently come under scrutiny.
Rocco sure has some DUMB MOTHERFUCKERS working 4 him!