Eagle River woman loses liquor license over investigation
Star Journal Report
The owner of an Eagle River tavern lost her liquor license as the result of an investigation by Wisconsin Department of Revenue, Alcohol and Tobacco in February 2019.
Carrie Jo Neumann, 56, is the owner and operator of the former Frontier Tavern and was found guilty in Vilas County Court of allowing the sale of liquor without a licensed operator or the licensee present.
Charges of refilling liquor bottles and the sale of beer without a licensed operator were dismissed but read in for sentencing. Neumann was ordered to pay a fine of $443 and was placed on probation for two years, with the conditions of performing 40 hours of community service, maintaining absolute sobriety, have an AODA assessment and counseling and was ordered to submit a DNA sample. The court also ordered the revocation of Neumann’s Class B liquor license.