A Jackson County judge has scheduled a December 20th hearing for prosecutors seeking to permanently shut down a Moss Point club as a public nuisance. District Attorney Keith Miller filed chancery court papers Tuesday to close 504 Club. The club has been closed by the Mississippi State Tax Commission for nonpayment of sales taxes.
According to papers filed Dec. 6 in circuit court, the tax lien involved $392 in sales taxes that were not paid from September. Miller said the tax issue is only a temporary solution to a bigger problem. Once the taxes are paid, the club could reopen.