Report: Portsmouth, NH city council pushes to revoke liquor license at bar

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May 6, 2013, 9:42 pm
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(NECN) - There's a push to revoke the liquor license of a Portsmouth, N.H. bar, where a man who was assaulted there later died.

Charles Mcmahon of the Portsmouth Herald reported Monday that the Portsmouth City Council has voted unanimously to petition the N.H. State Liquor Commission to revoke the liquor license for The Page Bar.

Last month, Joshua Krantz of Dover died of a head injury just hours after being attacked by another patron at The Page.

Zachary O'Neill is charged in the assault.

Tags: new hampshire, Portsmouth, liquor license , Zachary O'Neill, Portsmouth City Council, The Page Bar, Joshua Krantz
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