After a day of shooting, the owner of a bar in North Raleigh has alleged a breach of the governor’s order :: WRAL.com


“Three people were wounded overnight in a shooting at a bar in North Raleigh, and the owner has been blamed for violating a coronavirus order.

After midnight on Monday, Raleigh police responded at Rose Bar, a sports bar and lounge on 2645 East Millbrook Road.

Police said three people were injured, two of them grazing with bullets. Police said they all suffered minor injuries. Two were transported to WakeMed and one was admitted to Duke Health Raleigh Hospital.

However, due to the large crowd, the owner is prosecuting a misdemeanor for violating the governor’s implementing provisions for restricting occupancy.

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Raleigh police have not disclosed how many were at the Rose Bar, but the state’s current strict guidelines for bars. The use of indoor seating is prohibited and the outdoor seating capacity is limited to 100 people, or 30% of the available seats, whichever is less. All protégés should be planted and alcohol should not be sold after 23 p.m.

Last week, Governor Cooper encouraged localities to implement the restrictions – with the rise of COVID cases.

“Small businesses in North Carolina are the backbone of our economy and we need to continue to help them, and one of the best ways to do that is to slow the spread of the virus, and we will continue to work with them to achieve that. done, “he said.

Mandy Cohen, DHHS Secretary

No charges were filed.

Police were on the scene for several hours under investigation. The parking lot was closed with police tape.

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