Binghamton Targets After-Hours Club Following Report of Gunshots
Binghamton police are investigating an incident in which shots were fired outside an illegal after-hours club.
According to NewsChannel 34's binghamtonhomepage.com, the incident occurred during the early-morning hours of July 25 near 92 Robinson Street on the city's East Side.
The story reported police believe patrons of the illegal operation were responsible for a shootout that occurred along Whitney Avenue, on the east side of the building. Bullet holes were visible on a nearby house.
Binghamton police detective Captain Cory Minor confirmed investigators were looking into the incident. No injuries were reported.
A city spokesman said the owner of the Robinson Street building has been operating the after-hours club and has not cooperated with police.
The spokesman indicated the city intends to utilize existing regulations to shut down the illegal business.
Contact WNBF News reporter Bob Joseph: firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 772-8400 extension 233.
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