KINGSTON, Okla. (KTEN) -- Her's an update about the recent shutdown of the Willis One Stop in Marshall County.

According to Andrew Koester, an attorney for the Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission, the Kingston convenience store had committed 66 violations related to buying alcohol from a business other than a wholesaler.

All the violations added up to a $198,000 fine.

"With that, the respondent, Willis One Stop, was unable to pay that," Koester said. "Rather than try to find some way to pay that, they agreed to surrender their license."

Koester says the ABLE Commission received a complaint over a month ago resulting in an inspection and termination of the establishment's license.