...and then felt like a maroon. We had a private party on one side last night and they cleared out kind of late. After they left I helped clean up so the staff could get out faster. When the staff had left I stayed to do the accounting for the night. As I was in the back counting the money I herd a huge crash come from the bar area on the other side. It sounded like someone had kicked a door in. I went to the video monitors and did not see anything but I knew I had not imagined it. Then I heard it again only not as loud. I drew my gun and made my way cautiously over to the other side waiting to see if I could hear any movement as i went along. The lights were all out and the place was only lit dimly by the lights from the bar coolers. I checked every room and did not find anything. I even checked all the windows and doors and nothing was open. Then as I started to walk out of the kitchen I heard a huge crashing noise behind me. I whirled around to discover it was our big industrial ice maker dropping loads of ice into an empty bin. They had burned all the old ice that night and I had never heard that huge machine drop ice into an empty bin in a completely quiet bar....and that is how I almost murdered my $3000 ice maker in cold blood.