CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) - A Chesapeake night club under fire for being a haven for crime and complaints surrendered its liquor license on Wednesday.
Blakely's surrendered its license to the ABC, just days before a scheduled hearing on Friday.
On May 18, a Chesapeake judge ordered the club to stop selling alcohol.
According to police records, there have been gunshots, assaults, and drug sales outside the club over the past two years.
Camden County Sheriff Tony Perry said that during the last two weeks, incidents of breaking and entering and home or vehicle larceny have increased in two areas of the county.
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