The My Nook owner said that final complaint was a month ago.
Allbrook said the city was right to confiscate alcohol inventory but doesn’t understand the arrest, as it should have come from the state level in his opinion.
“That would have been their job to come in and do not the city’s,” Allbrook said. “Why was I arrested and embarrassed, forced to walk across the street and searched in front of a car just to be taken downtown and given a ticket?”
Allbrook disputes the New Year’s chain of events that led to the arrest and fine.
He will have his day in court Jan. 28.
“It’s in the court’s hands now,” Swicord said.