DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The future of a Dayton nightclub prone to violence will be decided Friday morning.
A judge issued a temporary injunction in June which temporarily closed the Vault for the last two weeks.
In the past year, police have responded to more than 120 calls at the club.
Major David Wolford with the Dayton police department told 2 NEWS back in June that the department had used a lot of resources, which drained their call-taking ability and prevented them from patrolling downtown.
He called the club financially draining.
In February, Security guard Willie Williams Jr. died, after suffering a heart attack at the club. Medics could not get to him quickly after scuffles broke out.
That same month, a driver ran over a woman in the parking lot then took off.
In December, agents raided the club following several complaints. Numerous citations were issued for unsanitary conditions as well as liquor law violations.
The week before, two men were hospitalized after getting into a fight at the club, and on Thanksgiving night, a man was shot and killed in the parking lot.
Today's hearing starts at 9 a.m.
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