Trilogy Entertainment Surrenders Liquor License After Sunday Shooting in St. Charles

Trilogy Entertainment Surrenders Liquor License After Sunday Shooting in St. Charles

The owner of Trilogy nightclub in St. Charles has voluntarily given up his liquor license in the wake of the Sunday (June 27) shooting incident that left one man dead and three others wounded.

An Emergency Closure Hearing and Complaint for Liquor Control Violations for Trilogy Entertainment, LLC, was held at a special Wednesday, June 30, 2021, meeting of the St. Charles Liquor Control Commission.

Prior to the hearing, the owner of Trilogy Entertainment surrendered his city of St Charles liquor license to city officials and further indicated in a signed letter that Trilogy Entertainment, LLC, will not re-open in St. Charles, IL. The letter was read into the record.

With the surrender of the liquor license, the St. Charles Liquor Control Commission passed a motion to non-suit the complaint without prejudice, which dismisses the complaint but leaves the city the right to bring it forward again if necessary.

Public comments were taken.

The action comes the 2 a.m. Sunday shooting that took the life of 23-year old Khalief D. McAllister of Aurora and injured three others.

Michael D.V. Carwell, 22, has been charged with multiple counts of murder, attempted murder and aggravated battery with a firearm in the attack at Trilogy nightclub, 2051 Lincoln Highway.

Of the three people who were wounded, one was in critical condition at the time of the shooting. The 27-year-old man’s has stabilized at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove, according to the Daily Herald.

Another of the shooting victims, a 42-year-old man, has been discharged from Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital in Geneva. A 28-year-old woman was treated and released Sunday at Rush-Copley Medical Center in Aurora.

SOURCE: city of St. Charles news release, media reports

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