A Facebook post on the page for Milo's said, "Breaking news as of Tuesday April the 1st Milo's Bar Lounge will no longer be in business, it has been a great 5 years minus the Death of Big Tee shooting of 'Eugene Bigg Byrdonthebeat' this pass Wednesday I have had a great time. I had a meeting today with the city of Marietta and they told me its been to much b/s taking place in the last few weeks. So I would like to say thanks for all the love and support all u good people has showed me and I will continue to play a positive role in my community. . Once again thanks and I love all of u. King milo. (sic)"
Bar closed after 2nd shooting in last year
"The night my son got killed, that took a part of me," he said. "I've never been the same. I'm mean. Marietta police found him lying in the parking lot after he stumbled out of the bar and had him taken to WellStar Kennestone Hospital, where he died after undergoing emergency surgery.
"We knew that we had a continuing course of problems there when our officers on our morning watch kept getting called to large very rowdy crowds," Flynn said. Another club on Franklin Road, called the Q Club Saloon, was also shut down after it became a drain on police resources.
Larry Terrell says his son would still be alive if it weren't for the bar's lack of security. After his son was killed, he said, bar owners showed no remorse or sorrow.
in the last year.
'They went on business as usual'
It's not the first time Marietta Police has closed a troublesome night spot.
48. Joseph and Dennis Hampton are cousins, and Joseph Hampton and Chatman are married. All three are awaiting trial.
Police say the cease and desist letter was sent to Quantria Barnes, the most recent holder of Milo's business license, stating all Nike Air Max 2015 Volt
business activity should have ended by midnight on Monday. The business has the right to appeal that decision to Marietta City Manager Bill Bruton and then to City Council, but no appeals had been filed by Tuesday afternoon. Marietta Police Chief Dan Flynn said he takes recommending denial of a business license renewal seriously. It's a route that he says requires due process and proof there is a pattern of threats to public safety.
"In the case of Milo's, we have reached that point," Flynn said. It's not unusual for police to respond multiple times to a bar, but he said the calls that came from Milo's weren't just about intoxicated patrons.
Council supports denial
Police say they have sent a "cease and desist" letter to the owner of Milo's, and city officials have denied the renewal of the bar's business license. The shutdown comes little more than a week after a shooting that marked at least the second time gunfire has broken out at the bar Nike Air Max 2015 Flyknit Multicolor
Between Feb. 11, 2011, and March 20, 2014, police say they have responded to 49 incidents at Milo's that required officers to complete reports. Seven of those were larcenies, two were motor vehicle thefts, two were drug offenses, six were hitand run car wrecks and 14 involved violence, including multiple aggravated assaults by firearm. That number also includes the fatal shooting of Tekilum Terrell.
Some shots were fired from the bar's parking lot while others flew in the direction of Milo's from another parking lot across Garrison Road. A bystander sitting in a car outside of Milo's was hit during the gunfight and was treated for nonlife threatening injuries.
Chief: Milo's had 'patterns of threats'
Flynn said the owners of Milo's knew about the problems at the bar but didn't address them.
Milo's business license expired Monday, and because of what police called a "mounting number of serious incidents," the city has denied a license renewal.
That incident brought back terrible memories for Larry Terrell, whose 34 year old son was killed at the bar almost a year ago.
Flynn said it's not that police are making an effort to close rowdy bars. They're just keeping an eye on establishments that have a high number of 911 calls.
The name of the person hit by the bullets has not been released and no arrests have made.
No one answered calls to the phone number listed for Milo's on Tuesday.
"If it had stayed open, I guarantee you it would've been someone else getting shot," Larry Terrell said. "Someone else getting killed. Someone else's mom or dad being heart broken."
One man was hospitalized after a "large gun battle," police said, on March 20 at the bar at the intersection of Powder Springs Street and Garrison Road about a mile from the Marietta Square.
A litany of calls and complaints
"They're well aware that there has been a course of conduct that Nike Air Max 2015 Black And White has been causing the police's concern," Flynn said.
Runaround Sues, which once operated on Church Street Extension, had its business license revoked as part of a plea deal made after being given a citation.
Three suspects were indicted in the shooting, including Trina Lesley Chatman, 37; Dennis Lee Hampton, 41; and Joseph Ricky Hampton, Nike Air Max Thea Textile Women's Shoe
"They went on business as usual when he got killed. The next day, it was just business as usual," Larry Terrell said. "No one from Milo's ever called me and said, 'Hey man, I'm sorry about what happened.'" He wishes the city had decided to shut down the bar sooner and said it may have prevented the March shooting, but he hopes closing Milo's will save a life.
MARIETTA The father of a man murdered at Milo's Bar and Lounge a year ago is "elated" the business has been shut down.
Police were called out once, Flynn said, when a foam party, in which participants dance covered in soap suds, got out of hand.
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