Rapid City hookah lounge may lose booze license
RAPID CITY (AP) -- Rapid City's police chief says a local hookah lounge should lose its license to sell beer and wine.
Steve Allender says one of the owners of Ifrits Hookah Lounge was arrested in April for drunken driving.
A man who promoted a New Year's Eve event at the lounge was also arrested for furnishing alcohol to people who weren't old enough to drink.
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