(KMOV) -- The case that may determine the future of a local night club has been suspended until Sept. 13.
During cross examination, lawyers for Lure asked the officers if they could prove that the crowds or problems specifically came from Lure. One admitted he could not, saying only that the problems were in close proximity to the club.
A resident of the building occupied by Lure testified. Earl Westfall told Judge Margaret Walsh, "I don’t mind having a club. I mind having a business that is mismanaged like this one is." Westfall describes multiple instances of drunks wandering in the tenant portions of the building, including the lobby. He said there is a back door to the building that Lure managers use as an entrance to the club, and he alleged that minors were let in to the club through this entrance. Westfall also claims managers have ignored resident's complaints about cigarette smoke, and that it is noticeable in his loft apartment on the 6th floor of the building.
The judge suspended the case until Sept. 13 when lawyers have to submit a written closing argument. The judge said she will give her ruling 2 days after that.