Montgomery Council Revokes Bar's Liquor License

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- Montgomery's city council has voted to revoke the liquor license for a business that was the scene of a deadly shooting.

Tuesday night's vote comes after Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange ordered the Centennial Hill Bar and Grill be shut down following the Dec. 28 shooting.

Councilman Glen Pruitt tells WAKA-TV ( that he believes the council should have denied the venue's liquor license in August instead of unanimously approving it.

Authorities have said 22-year-old rapper Glenn Thomas, known as "Doe B.," and 21-year-old Troy University student Kimberle Johnson were both fatally shot when a dispute involving the rapper escalated to gunfire at the business.

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