Stockton Spring restaurant’s liquor license held up after Searsport altercation

Stockton Spring restaurant’s liquor license held up after Searsport altercation

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The owners of The Hichborn, a fine dining restaurant in Stockton Springs, are worried that their business may be in jeopardy after a town selectman has delayed the renewal of their liquor license.

The delay came in response to an incident that happened on June 12 at Hey Sailor! in Searsport, a restaurant also owned by Charlie Zorich and Kirk Linder. The precise details of what happened that day, though, depends on who you ask.

At the July 25 board meeting, Selectman Darren Shute told the town manager and the other board members that he and his wife were at the Searsport restaurant when out of the blue, Linder allegedly threw him out, verbally assaulted him and chased him 100 feet down the street.  

Stockton Spring restaurant’s liquor license held up after Searsport altercation

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