Chattanooga Beer Board to consider alleged violations by bar near McCallie Avenue shooting

While Chattanooga police continue to investigate the June 5 shooting incident that resulted in three deaths and 14 injuries on McCallie Avenue, the Chattanooga Beer & Wrecker Board will consider violations of the city code by Mary's Bar & Grill, near where the incident happened.

Two people were shot and killed and another died after being hit by a car during the early-morning incident. On Thursday during its regular meeting, the board will consider five separate violations of city code, including:

- Offenses involving minors, loitering and gambling.

- Unauthorized use or consumption of beverages on premises.

- Use of premises not authorized by permit.

- Failure to use a landline telephone to report a disorder.

- Operating a disorderly place.

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The board will also consider violations of the requirement to use a landline to report a disorder and operating a disorderly place against Westbound Bar on Station Street.