Sudbury Police Called to Lavender Over Disturbance

Argument between customer and owner being investigated.

A verbal argument Monday night between a customer and the owner of Lavender Asian Cuisine & Bar led to the Sudbury Police Department being called to assist with the disturbance.

According to Lt. Robert Grady, Lavender owner Tim Fong complained about an unwanted customer in his establishment and asked for assistance.

Grady said after officers arrived the dispute was resolved and the customer left on his own.

Grady said officers are still investigating the cause of the dispute.

No arrests were made.

Sudburytoo December 14, 2012 at 11:32 PM
Mr. Fucci, Thank you for taking down the comment. Mr. Paul Hoist Gordon, my children read your post and then I did as well. You really should get some counseling. You are not well. You owe the entire Sudbury community an apology. You are disgusting and inappropriate!
Roger Morris December 16, 2012 at 06:22 PM
Maybe Mr Fong has learned from past experiences and decided to call the police to protect himself and his business from unfair opinions and editorials...
Sam Based December 18, 2012 at 07:35 PM
Oh my the town of Sudbury is just oh so scandalous! You guys need to expand your horizon and care less about our boring little town, so what if the Selectman favors a certain restaurant because he gets free food and drink? Corruption happens at all levels of government, get over it.
siobhan hullinger December 18, 2012 at 07:49 PM
Sam Based - so at what level of corruption should people say "stop"? I don't believe ANY level should be acceptable AND most at least hide it from the general population. It's wrong to continue to manipulate a population just because..... We are so accustomed to this type of graft that we are now stipulating some is considered standard and customary. There ARE those that serve in local government who are honest, hard working and are offended by this behavior.
Sam Based December 18, 2012 at 07:59 PM
Alls i'm saying is local gov't is a joke and corruption in local gov't is even a bigger joke.


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