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Breaking News: Clubhouse Music Venue Owner Arrested by Tempe Police

Word broke this aftenoon that officers from the Tempe Police Department have arrested the owner of the Clubhouse Music Venue in the wake of last week's gang-related shooting at the venue.

Eugenia Ruven, the owner of both the Clubhouse and the adjacent Horse & Hound bar, was cited for a class three misdemeanor for failing to properly follow the venue's security plan.

Ruvan was cited and released for the offense at approximately noon today at the venue. Tempe Police held a press conference regarding the situation this afternoon and we'll have more information on the situation, and what it could mean for the Clubhouse's future, as soon as possible.

See additional photos of the Clubhouse shooting.

See our previous coverage here:

Tempe Police Arrest Suspect in Clubhouse Shooting, Will Also Investigate Music Venue Itself

Shooting at Nipsey Hussle Concert in Tempe Last Night Injures 13 People. Suspects Still at Large

Suspect in Clubhouse Music Venue Shooting Identified by Tempe Police Department

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Benjamin Leatherman is a staff writer at Phoenix New Times. He covers local nightlife, music, culture, geekery, and fringe pursuits.