Former Bier Garden manager Malcolm Knighten pleaded guilty on Sept. 22 to assault with a deadly weapon, selling an alcoholic beverage after hours and resisting a public officer — stemming from a fight with an ALE officer, according to his lawyer. He received a sentence of nonactive probation and will have to perform community service.
A manager and employee at the Bier Garden were arrested on assault charges after fighting with an Alcohol Law Enforcement agent early last Saturday morning. ALE claims that the agent, David Miller, was attacked while trying to write tickets to employees and their friends, who were drinking after hours.
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