Listen: Davinci, Providence Journal, Bruce Valliere discussed on Ron St. Pierre
"Any impact on the game because they're playing in Mercedes Benz stadium, which has a retractable roof Madeline listing. Today's Providence Journal says the providence board of licenses yesterday voted to suspend the license of a federal hill restaurant whose owner was recently accused of trying to bribe a police detective the penalties for the Davinci restaurant lounge and cigar bar include a sixty day license suspension and the two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollar fine for and an earlier closing time of midnight was the establishment does reopen that establishment was previously allowed to operate in two two o'clock in the morning when we know nothing. Good happens at two o'clock board members cited a string of license violations at the restaurant, including the alleged attempted bribery, which happened during the early morning hours of December the twenty third so providence police detective Scott Petrosky, you testified back in January fourteenth that he entered this restaurant on December the twenty third because of loud music in a large crowd outside and he tried to question. Romeo. Ruina who owns davinci's with his brothers about the issue. Renown apologize. Shook the officers hand passed him WADA cash that's according to the officer's testimony. And that would be a no, no. So this federal hill restaurant is ordered to close for sixty days. Cranston, man. What's in the water? But the Cranston man is accused of threatening. Mayor Elorza details on that from Daniel. Kennedy from NBC ten fifty nine year old Bruce Valliere accused of threatening to physically harm providence. Mayor Elorza police say he sent the message to the mayor's Facebook page where is the line drawn in this post. So when you threaten to do bodily harm against the public official that crosses the line. In the message police say Valliere told Merrill, Laura's a he would walk away. Limping if he ran into Valliere on the street police say that was just one in a series of disturbing messages discovered. Vinyl a."