The Anne Arundel County Board of License Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to replace Kyle Muehlhauser's name on the Rams Head Roadhouse's liquor license with his father's.
"It was just a business decision," William Muehlhauser said after the hearing.
He had no further comments.
There will be no change in the operation of the business and the resident officer on the license will remain Charles Dawson.
Kyle Muehlhauser, former president of the Rams Head Group, took a leave absence from the business in March after he was charged in Howard County with "peeping Tom" violations and counts of video surveillance with prurient intent. In his's absence, Erin McNaboe stepped in as president of the group.
Rams Head Group operates venues in Annapolis, Crownsville, Stevensville, Savage and Baltimore. The Roadhouse is the Crownsville location.
Howard County Police began an investigation in May, when a woman in the Savage location's restroom said a camera fell onto the floor next to her. Police said there were videos of six women using the toilet at the Savage restaurant on the device.
Kyle Muehlhauser, a Severna Park resident, is scheduled to appear at 8:45 a.m. Thursday in Howard County District Court for trial.