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The Indiana Daily Student


Kalao's alcohol license temporarily suspended


Kalao Restaurant and Nightclub will be unable to serve alcohol until April 2, according to Ashley Merritt, communications director for the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission.  

Merritt said the five-day suspension, which began at 7 a.m. on March 28, was due to an administrative violation. The suspension ends at 7 a.m. on April 2.

The violation was issued under Indiana Administrative Code 1-27-2. The code says that an establishment that becomes a “public nuisance” or is the scene of prohibited conduct can be subject to sanctions.  

According to a notice posted at Kalao, the restaurant violated the Alcoholic Beverage Act.  

Kalao could not be reached for comment as of publication.  

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