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July 8, 2016: Court Orders Harbor City Restaurant To Close

Harbor City Restaurant’s Health Violations

Harbor City Restaurant, a Lafayette, Indiana establishment, was closed due to a routine health inspection which revealed 50 violations, including cockroaches and maggots in the kitchen.

Craig Rich, administrator for the Tippecanoe County Health Department, shared that of the 50 violations, 21 were critical, “That’s extremely high for a one-time inspection,” he said. The restaurant was told by the Tippecanoe County Health Department to close until the violations were addressed. Despite this order, the owner of Harbor City Restaurant was found to be continuing service.


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Closing Court Order

The following information was provided by the Lafayette Journal & Courier:

    Due to the owners’ defiance of the Tippecanoe County Health Department,on July 8, 2016, a court commanded Harbor City Restaurant to close its doors.

    The court hearing came after a county employee witnessed the owner, Peter Wang, loading food for delivery into the back of his van Thursday, two days after the health department had shuttered the Chinese eatery.

    After he was presented with at least 10 pieces of evidence, including photos of cockroaches and maggots lining the kitchen floor, Judge Donald Daniel issued an injunction to close the restaurant.

    The injunction means that Wang could face criminal penalties if he continues to prepare, sell or deliver food.
    “These pictures show that it is dangerous to the public,” Daniel said.

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