This is an update of the news back in September 27, 2016, in which a drunk driver involved in fatal crash says the casino is responsible too.
Jack Casino, formerly known as Horseshoe Casino, located in Cincinatti, is in danger of losing its liquor permit on January 19, 2017 unless its owners pay a fine worth $50,000 to the Ohio Liquor Control Commission, according to the Ohio Department of Public Safety's news release.
According to the police, an investigation revealed that on a drunk-driving crash on March 20 last year that killed one of the drivers happened because Cory Lippmeier had been over-served drinks at the then-Horseshoe Casino. As said by the release, the Ohio Investigative Unit agents mentioned Horseshoe's liquor permit May 11.
The name Horseshoe Casino then became Jack Casino in June last year as part of their wide-ranging rebranding methods. However, both these names of the business were owned by Dan Gilbert, Cleveland Cavaliers owner, and his company Jack Entertainment (formerly Rock Gaming).