Long Beach bar loses liquor license months after customer reportedly involved in deadly DUI crash

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A Long Beach bar that allegedly served a customer before plowing his truck into a house, killing a man and his young daughter, has lost its license.

LONG BEACH, California (KABC) — A Long Beach bar that allegedly served a customer before plowing his truck into a house, killing a man and his young daughter, has lost its license.

The State Department of Alcohol Beverage Control just revoked the liquor license for the Bottom’s Up Tavern on East Artesia Boulevard.

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Investigators say the bar was involved in illegal drug sales.

In March, a speeding motorist who had just exited the bar crashed into an apartment, killing 42-year-old Jose Palacios Gonzalez and his daughter Samantha as they slept.

The suspect, 24-year-old Octavio Montano Islas, has still not been caught.

A reward of $25,000 is being offered in the case.

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A GoFundMe has been set up to help the families of the victims of the crash.

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