Board revokes the license of Hampstead liquor store

November 12, 1997

The Carroll County liquor board has revoked the license of a Hampstead package goods store where state police seized marijuana during the summer.

Criminal charges are pending against Craig Arman, one of the licensees, who owns and operates C & E Liquors in the 4100 block of Lower Beckleysville Road.

Arman's wife, Eileen, and Brenda Humerick also were listed as licensees.

The Board of License Commissioners held a hearing Oct. 14 and issued its revocation decision last week. Arman did not contest that marijuana was found in his store on Aug. 29, nor that it was his, according to the board's finding.

After hearing Arman's testimony, the three-member panel voted to revoke the license, saying Arman "no longer is a fit and proper person to hold a liquor license in Carroll County."

Fire

Hampstead: Firefighters from Manchester and Hampstead assisted Baltimore County at 10: 09 a.m. Monday, responding to a stove fire in the 4300 block of Beckleysville Road. Units were out 50 minutes.

Pub Date: 11/12/97

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