(BLOOMINGTON) - Kilroy's Sports Bar in Bloomington was cited for allowing a minor to loiter and furnishing alcoholic beverages to a minor, by Indiana State Excise Police.
Bloomington Police identified Kilroy's as a place where missing I.U. student Lauren Spierer went with friends the night she was last seen. Surveillance cameras show her leaving the bar at 2:27 a.m. June 3rd.
The Time Line
1:46 a.m. June 3rd
Kilroy's arrival - Video surveillance captures Lauren Spierer entering Kilroy's Sports Bar.
Kilroy's departure - Video surveillance captures Lauren Spierer leaving Kilroy's Sports Bar.
Entering Smallwood - Lauren Spierer returns to Smallwood with a friend
Leaving Smallwood - Lauren Spierer leaves Smallwood for a second time in her night.
Enters alley - Lauren Spierer enters an alley on her way to a friend's apartment building
Exits alley - Lauren Spierer exits an alley on her way to a friend's apartment building
Last seen - Someone with Lauren says he watched her walk to the corner of x and x, she turned the corner and then she wasn't seen again.
Search begins - After being reported missing the day before, large groups of volunteers begin searching for the lost student.
Disappearance seems fishy - Police say they suspect foul play. "When somebody at 4:30 in the morning, no shoes and has earlier been drinking, goes out and just disappears off a street corner - we feel like it certainly could be foul play involved.," said Bloomington Police Lt. Bill Parker.
Seizing evidence - Police use a battering ram to break into the security office of Lauren's apartment building to seize computers.
Case gets spotlight - Lauren's disappearance goes national, with celebrities tweeting about her. Meanwhile, dive teams search Lake Monroe for Lauren.
Details emerge of fight - A lawyer for one of the men Lauren was with the night before she disappeared said his client, Corey Rossman, was involved in a fight and doesn't remember parts of the night.
Cash sum offered - $145,000 is offered in total reward money for information leading to Lauren's return. The family offered $100,000 of its own money.
Traffic checkpoint - One week after Lauren's disappearance, Bloomington police have a traffic check point at the time the student disappeared to ask people if they saw anything.
'America's Most Wanted' - Lauren Spierer's disappearance is broadcast on the national show "America's Most Wanted."
IU makes pledge - Bloomington police say they've received nearly 1,000 tips about Lauren's disappearance, as Indiana University pledges $50,000 for the search.
Vehicle photo released - Police release an enhanced photo of a truck driving past at 4:24 a.m. June 3 in the area where Lauren disappeared. They also release a new photo of Lauren the way she was dressed before disappearing.
Map and timeline detail night - Police release a map with an updated timeline of the morning Lauren disappeared.
Tip leads nowhere - Police search a wooded area after a tip of a bad odor in the area, but find nothing suspicious.
Truck ruled out from case - Police found the truck and said its operator was cooperative, but had nothing to do with Lauren's disappearance.
Family opens P.O. box for tips - Robert and Charlene Spierer announce the creation of a Post Office box in Bloomington to give people another avenue for anonymous tips.
Frequent briefings come to an end - Bloomington Police Department has its last regular news update on the search for Lauren, saying it will now only have news conferences for big breaks in the case.
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