A city commission unanimously voted Tuesday to revoke a liquor license from a bar that was the scene of multiple shooting incidents this year.
MILWAUKEE - A city commission unanimously voted Tuesday to revoke a liquor license from a bar that was the scene of multiple shooting incidents this year.
The City Licenses Committee voted 5-0 to revoke Brett’s Farmhouse’s liquor license after a fatal shooting in January and a shots fired incident in October.
Police are still looking for two suspects charged in a scary shots fired incident this October.
Demond and Korey Griggs allegedly fired several shots outside the bar after someone yelled at Demond to stop hitting his wife.
The incident was captured on surveillance video. Despite the charges, the two suspects remain at large.
In the video, you see Demond fire 12 shots from an assault rifle in different directions.
Back in January, a 30-year-old man was shot and killed outside Brett’s Farmhouse. Police said the suspect and the victim got into a fight outside the bar. The suspect pulled out a gun and shot the victim, who died later.
The proposal now goes to the full Common Council for approval.