Police make 7 arrests at North Tulsa bar operating after hours

TULSA - Tulsa police made more than a handful of arrests early Wednesday morning when officers found a north Tulsa bar operating after hours.

Around 2:10 a.m., police were informed of a bar operating after hours near 4300 E. Pine St.

Upon arrival, officers found several people and vehicles in the parking lot of G Spot Bar.

Since it was after hours, officers conducted a compliance check on the bar.

Once inside, police say "it was evident the business was still serving alcohol" after 2 a.m.  Police say officers found several open liquor bottles, beer bottles, functioning beer taps and a sign indicating there was a cover charge to enter the establishment.

Police say drug paraphernalia was also found inside the bar as well as entertainers who referred to themselves as "go-go dancers."

Seven people were arrested, including Therasa Lawrence, 23, Jeremy Thomas, 35, John Terry, 31, Nicky Jones, 27, and Nicolaus Henderson, 23, who were all arrested for outstanding warrants.

Jordan Birmingham, 21, was arrested for public intoxication and Carol Adler, 21, was arrested for possession of marijuana, possession of CDS and public intoxication.

The club's manager, 32-year-old Aaron Benham, was cited for operating a club after hours.

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