- Associated Press - Thursday, March 16, 2017

PHOENIX (AP) - A Phoenix strip club where an off-duty firefighter was killed has lost its liquor license in the wake of the January incident.

The Arizona Department of Liquor License and Control announced Wednesday the West Coast Acquisitions LLC, the company that owns Centerfolds Cabaret, has voluntarily agreed to the revocation of its liquor license. The agency says West Coast Acquisitions does not admit to any wrongdoing.

Police say on Jan. 21 a Centerfolds Cabaret bouncer pushed off-duty Daisy Mountain firefighter Luke Jones to the ground and repeatedly struck him. Jones died of his injuries at a hospital.

The bouncer is facing second-degree murder charges in Jones’ death. Another strip club employee has also been charged in the incident.

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