From the January 2011 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:
The party was in 2009, but the hangover continues. More than a year ago, Tyrone Green was charged with selling alcohol without a license during a networking event at his then-home, the clunky tan apartment house known as The Vixen and Wisconsin Overlook (2136 Wisconsin Ave.). In November, the case against him was dismissed—for the second time. But prosecutors immediately reopened it and added three new charges related to the same incident.
Last January, Green pled not-guilty to one charge of unlicensed alcohol sales at one in a string of paid, open-bar parties at the now-vacant property. That case was dismissed last July when the lead prosecutor and a key prosecution witness were both unavailable to appear at trial. The Office of the Attorney General refiled the charges, but the court had trouble finding Green to serve a new summons. (After being evicted from the foreclosed property last spring, he moved to Miami, our sources say.)
On November 22, the case against Green was again dismissed when prosecutors failed to bring his case file to a court date. But the following week, the case was reopened with a vengeance. In addition to one count of selling alcohol without a license, Green now faces charges of operating a business without a license; operating a public hall without a license; and failing to obtain an occupancy permit. Green’s arraignment is scheduled for January 19.
UPDATE: After Green failed to appear for his January 19 arraignment, the judge issued a bench warrant for his arrest.