1102 liquor license to go before public service committee

By: STAFF Email
By: STAFF Email

January 23, 2008

AUGUSTA, Ga.---A fight outside the 1102 Bar and Grill early New Year's morning landed one man in the hospital. Soon the business will learn its fate.

33-year-old co-owner Mike Guthrie is charged with felony aggravated battery for attacking 31-year-old Billy Carlisle.

News 12 has learned the 1102 Bar and Grill liquor license will go before the Augusta Public Service Committee next week.

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office is recommending the license be suspended or revoked.


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  • by Lori Location: 30901 on Jan 25, 2008 at 07:37 AM
    Its been one incident, why should the business suffer for what was apparently more of a personal matter between two people. Its a nice place, good atmosphere, good food. My family and I go there often and we have never had any problems with the employees or owners.
  • by Patron on Jan 24, 2008 at 12:50 PM
    They shouldn't revoke it. Charged with a crime is not good enough reason to ruin a GREAT spot downtown. 1102 employees a lot of young people who depend on the money they make there. They should wait to decide after the case has been resolved.
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