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Joint probe leads to bar closure

January 28, 2019 

The owner of a Humble bar voluntarily cancelled her permit to sell alcohol following a joint probe by the Harris County District Attorney’s Office and Sheriff’s Office.

Six people, including employees of J.T.’s Sports Bar, were recently charged with selling cocaine to undercover officers and other crimes.

“This is the latest push in our ongoing effort to stop the carnage on our roadways,” said Sean Teare, chief of Vehicular Crimes Division of the District Attorney’s Office. “Establishments like this one fuel mayhem inside their walls and on our streets.”

The establishment at 8110 East FM 1960 has a history of selling alcohol to minors; serving after hours; serving to drunks and spurring violence such as aggravated assault and DWIs, according to court records.

The permit cancellation takes effect Feb. 4. Those charged this month with offenses at the bar include:

Devin Shaun Hunter, 24 (Possession and Delivery of Controlled Substance)
Joshua Michael Bowers, 27 (Possession of Controlled Substance)
Blaine Bigelow, 27 (Delivery of Controlled Substance)
Jorge Aguirre, 36 (Delivery of Controlled Substance)
Jonathan Ray Zamudio, 40 (Possession and Delivery of Controlled Substance)
Ramon Parker White, 38 (Felon in Possession of Firearm)