The bar owners agreed to keep the Hub closed in exchange for delaying the meeting to next month.
A Hoboken police officer stands outside the HUB Hoboken, a popular Hudson Place bar that was charged with multiple counts by the city’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. Corey W. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
While Hoboken police continue to investigate whether any criminal charges will be brought against anyone involved with the sex acts at the Hub last weekend, the city’s Alcoholic Beverage Control board has lodged these violations against the liquor licensee, Teak On The Hudson LLC:
Allowed patron to leave premises with alcoholic beverage in hand (2 counts);
Allowed or Permitted a nuisance involving public safety by allowing or permitting a brawl/disturbance/ or act of violence (4 counts);
Allowed or permitted upon licensed premises patrons charged with criminal offenses (2 counts);
Quality of Life/Noise Violation (2 counts);
Allowed or Permitted a Nuisance, failure to control large crowd on line (1 count);
Allowed or Permitted a Lewd activity, multiple participants participating (2 counts);
Allowed multiple acts of Lewdness to occur on the premise (1 count)
Prohibited Promotion of Alcohol (1 count)
These are the charges that will be heard by the ABC at its Oct. 25 meeting, Hoboken Detective Anthony Caruso of the department’s ABC Investigation Unit said.
The hearing was originally scheduled for next Wednesday, but the bar owners agreed to keep the Hub closed in exchange for delaying the meeting to next month, officials said yesterday.
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Source:: New Jersey Real-Time News