The owner of Logan’s Club New York and Club 435 was arrested on charges of supplying two minors with an alcoholic beverage and on a business license violation. 33-year-old Providence resident, Juan Pablo Mariano, was arrested by Logan City Police at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 22 after he reportedly supplied an alcoholic beverage to one female and one male who were both under the age of 21. According to Assistant Chief Jeff Curtis, the dance club that Mariano owns and operates does not have a license to sell alcoholic beverages. Logan police received information that Mariano has been supplying alcoholic beverages on the premise to minors by mixing their legally obtained non-alcoholic beverages with state-controlled alcoholic beverage. Police officers performed a compliance check Wednesday night based on the information received about Mariano’s practices. During the check, Mariano did take the two minor’s energy drinks and mixed them with a high percentage alcoholic beverage that is controlled by the State of Utah. Mariano was later contacted by police and was booked into the Cache County jail for two counts of supplying minors with alcohol, a class A misdemeanor, and one count of business license violation for supplying alcohol in an establishment that is not properly licensed to do so, a class C misdemeanor. Mariano is also the current director of the Multicultural Center of Cache Valley.
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