Towson bar fined, suspended

December 09, 1992|By Staff Report

Owners of a popular Towson restaurant and bar were ordered by the Baltimore County liquor board to pay a $1,000 fine and stop serving alcoholic beverages for four days starting Jan. 7.

Robert H. and Timothy C. Brannan, owners of Poor Richard's in the first block of E. Pennsylvania Ave., did not dispute allegations that their barmaid served an underage, undercover police cadet Aug. 4 without asking for any identification.

In addition, the board received testimony about a fight near closing time Sept. 11, that erupted among several young men inside the bar. One man went to the hospital after he was hit on the head with a beer bottle.

One of the men in that incident told the board he was served alcoholic beverages that night, though he was just 18.

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