Deavoughn Hernandez-Ruffin was shot and killed after a fight broke out during a rap concert at The Bug Jar.
Tonight, the bar is closed.
The owners of The Bug Jar have decided to voluntarily shut down until Friday.
That's when they will sit down with members of the Police Department's Neighborhood Service Center and the City Attorney to discuss the bar's long term future.
As we first told you Monday on News 8, the city now has the right to shut down the bar.
The bar has had 3 violations since March.
Each violation has a set of points attached to it, and now, the bar has accrued enough points for the city to close it.
This preemptive step by the bar's owners shows that they are willing to try and put an end to the problem once and for all, according to Rochester Police Chief Jim Sheppard. He said "We always take the opportunity to talk with business owners to one, articulate what our concerns are and for them to express how they plan to change the way they do business, so that they we don't have these types of incidents...We have nothing against The Bug Jar or its management. It's just when you have certain types of incidents, we can't tolerate it and we won't tolerate it."
That meeting is Friday at 10 am at Rochester City Hall.
The search for the suspect in the deadly shooting continues.