Jalice Cafe has been ordered to shut it's doors early for one year.

The decision comes after the New Bedford Licensing Board conducted a hearing addressing multiple licensing violations Monday night. Along with having to close at 11:30 pm, the restaurant's license will be suspended for seven days.

Licensing Board Chairman Steven Beauregard hopes this action will send a message.

The Board's decision to close the restaurant early comes from a history of late night incidents at the location between the hours of midnight and 2:30 am.

Most notably was a shooting earlier this month that left seven people wounded. Investigations surrounding that incident are still on-going.

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