Restaurant owner guilty of violation

March 12, 1997

A New Windsor man, twice convicted last year of operating slot machines at his restaurant and bar, was found guilty yesterday of violating a county liquor board rule prohibiting licensees from permitting illegal conduct in their establishments.

The Board of License Commissioners for Carroll County declined to further punish Henry F. "Fred" Ross, owner of the New Windsor Inn, citing fines and probation that he received when sentenced last year in Circuit Court.

Ross, 49, was convicted by a jury in October and pleaded guilty to a similar charge in December. He paid fines of $2,500 and was placed on probation, court records show.

Pub Date: 3/12/97

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