LANSING (WKZO) -- Instead of three days without a liquor license, The B.O.B. nightclub will now have a ten-day suspension. The Michigan Liquor Control Commission revised the penalty against the facility for its role in the alcohol-related death of Kevin O'Brien, who fell down a four-story stairwell at The B.O.B.
The popular nightclub facility appealed the initial three-day suspension of its liquor license, arguing there was no way bartenders could have known O'Brien was already drunk when he arrived the night he died. They are appealing the latest ruling, with the suspension scheduled to take effect from June 10 through the 19th.