A court bans commercial activities on Loíza Street in connection with the tragedy of two Peruvian tourists

The Municipality of San Juan today presented in court the first prima facie evidence that Emo-Y Bar & Lounge, located on Loiza Street, is not in compliance after an operation by the San Juan Municipal Police last Friday, May 5. Sanders.

At the hearing, the city council brought four witnesses and submitted a file of permits issued to the business, where it was found that the business fraudulently obtained its utility permit by providing false information about the valet parking service and the number of parking spaces. They got it.

The municipality also established that the business was illegally operating a bar instead of a restaurant.

For the above reasons, the court decided to cancel the permit and ban the business. Resolution will be sent in afternoon or morning.

In front of this place, two Peruvian tourists were innocent victims of a shooting on May 6. The murdered youths were graduate students at New York University and had come to the island to celebrate their birthdays.

For this event, authorities found reason to arrest 31-year-old Marangely Mclat Claudio, a resident of Humacao. Defendant was offered a $150,000.00 bond, which he failed to post and was admitted to jail. The woman admitted to the shooting at Emo-Y Bar & Lounge early Saturday after being kicked out of the business, but disassociated herself from the crime by two Peruvian students.

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