Four businesses removed from military off-limits list, two added
Posted on: 10:04 am, November 7, 2012, by Matt Knight
Norfolk, Va. – Two business have been added to the off-limits list for all military personnel in Hampton Roads, and four others have been removed from the list.
The two added are Hampton Pipe and Tobacco on 4796 George Washington Memorial Highway and Hayes Virginia and Lazy Days on 839 W. 21st Street in Norfolk.
They were formally placed off-limits to all military personnel in the Hampton Roads area by the Joint Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board (JAFDCB) for Southeastern Virginia and Northeastern North Carolina.
The Board works closely with businesses that are considered being placed off-limits to avoid these actions.
The four business removed from the list are:
-Somewhere in Time, 92 W. Mercury Blvd., Hampton, Virginia 23669
– Buck’s Brand, 16906 Warwick Blvd., Newport News, Virginia, 23454
– Vegas, 14859 Warwick Blvd., Newport News, Virginia, 23608-3609
– Auto Express II, 5029 East Princess Anne Road, Norfolk, Virginia, 23502
The complete list of establishments currently off-limits to all members of the Armed Forces are:
– Hampton Pipe and Tobacco, 86 W. Mercury Blvd., Hampton, Virginia 23669
– Hampton Pipe and Tobacco, 15435-B Warwick Blvd., Newport News, Virginia 23608
– Hampton Pipe and Tobacco, 4796 George Washington Memorial Highway, Hayes Virginia 23072
– Lazy Days, 731 J Clyde Morris Blvd., Ste B, Newport News, Virginia 23601
– Lazy Days, 839 W. 21st Street, Norfolk, Virginia 23517
– Mellow Smoke Tobacco Shop, 1948 Diamond Springs Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455
– Outer Edge Gifts, 760-B J. Clyde Morris Blvd., Newport News, Virginia 23601
– Blazin Herbs, 85 W Mercury Blvd., Hampton, Virginia 23669
– The Junction, 16916 Warwick Blvd., Newport News, Virginia, 23454
– Variety Motors, 3530 N. Military Highway, Norfolk, Virginia 23518
The JAFDCB is an investigative committee composed of members from each military service and civilian advisers, who work with local law enforcement agencies and local businesses to identify conditions which may adversely affect the health, safety, welfare, and discipline of the Armed Forces. The off-limits order applies to all military personnel – active duty and reserves.
Establishments are given the opportunity to notify the JAFDCB in writing that corrective actions have taken place. Removal from the list will be considered by the Board upon presentation that satisfactory corrective action has been taken. Failure to respond will result in the Board making a request for establishment representatives to appear in person at a formal hearing of the JAFDCB.
The establishments will remain on the off-limits list until the next scheduled meeting of the JAFDCB.