Underage drinking earns fine for bar

November 21, 2007

A popular bar on Main Street in Ellicott City that is undergoing renovation and upgrading food offerings in hopes of attracting new customers was fined $250 by the Howard County Alcoholic Beverage Hearing Board for an underage-drinking incident.

Jane Johnson and Marsha Greenfield, licensees for the Judge's Bench, agreed to a statement of facts concerning an incident May 25 in which county police Detective Martin Johnson found three young women in the bar who admitted they were 20 years old and had fake driver's licenses.

One had been served despite displaying an expired, under-21 Virginia license.

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