The liquor license for the Black Hole night club on German Hill Road in Dundalk has been revoked, following a hearing Monday afternoon in front of the Baltimore County Liquor Board.
Seven people, including the husband of the liquor license holder who managed the club before it was shut down, Aug. 11 at the , where more than 100 Baltimore County police officers showed up to serve a search warrant.
The club's owner, listed as Joyce Trikeriotis on the liquor board's website, has 30 days to appeal in Baltimore County Circuit Court, according to Michael Mohler, chief administrator of the county's Board of Liquor License Commissioners.
"If there's no appeal, the license is declared null and void," Mohler said.
The loss of the license means Trikeriotis cannot sell the liquor license on her own.
Mohler added that based on population, the loss of the license would create an open license that could be obtained from the county in the Dundalk area.
Trikeriotis' husband, , was arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute controlled dangerous substances along with other drug-related charges.
The arrests were the result of a nearly 15-month investigation into alleged drug dealing at the club.
Detectives allegedly recovered 175 marijuana plants growing in his basement while serving a search warrant on his home.