JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Repeat offenders crept back into Restaurant Report.
According to state regulators' records, pests were found at a Thai restaurant and at a chicken diner in Jacksonville
On Riverside Avenue, a triple-offender was shut down for the same issues with pests.
Tamarind Thai had back-to-back emergency closures in December and January.
But inspectors said the reoccurring problem with pests prompted a third closure.
Last week, health inspectors said, seven live roaches crawled their way into an oven and near a stove.
Records show more were found the next day inside an electrical outlet.
On an inspector's third visit, the restaurant passed and got back to business without any pests.