A fight that began early Sunday morning at Club Alazan in Waco ultimately resulted in the death of 24-year old Anthony Levell Degrate.
The growing number of fights seen at the club may result in them possibly losing their liquor license.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission has a rule that if you have three assault violations within 36-months, your business could lose their permit or license.
TABC had already filed to cancel the club's permit prior to the stabbing incident.
The state said back in March, July, and August the club did not control violent situations and failed to take steps to prevent them from happening.
But those cases have nothing to do with the stabbing that is currently being investigated by Waco Police.
The state has offered Club Alazan the opportunity to voluntarily cancel their permit.
The club has until Thursday to decide what they want to do, if they choose not to, a judge will decide in court.
"In talking to them I think that they're generally looking at the good of their business and also the good of the community. I think that they'll take that into account when they make their decision," said TABC Lieutenant Victor Kuykendoll.
We've tried to contact Club Alazan's assistant manager for the past two days.
He texted us that he'd like to do an interview with us, but has so far not been available.
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