State Trying To Revoke Bar’s Liquor License
The state Department of Revenue is seeking to revoke the liquor license of a Columbia Falls bar where a man drank heavily before causing a crash that killed a 19-year-old woman.
The state filed a notice of revocation against the Blue Moon Nite Club in September. Revenue Department attorney Michael Lawlor says the case is still in its early stages.
Tyrone Stallcup of Columbia Falls pleaded no contest to vehicular homicide while under the influence for the Feb. 12, 2010 crash that killed Lakeisha Thibault of Eureka. He is serving 10 years in prison.
Seven Blue Moon bartenders were cited for serving alcohol to an intoxicated person. All have pleaded not guilty.
Bar owner Dick Sapa says he denies the allegations.