Chicarelli said the first-degree misdemeanor charge of illegally operating a sexually oriented business was dismissed on Thursday.
Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell could not be reached for comment Friday.
The club, two managers and a dancer were indicted in 2017 on 23 felony and misdemeanor counts.
N.Y.N.Y. Inc. was indicted for two counts of trafficking in cocaine and four counts of permitting drug abuse, all fifth-degree felonies, and illegally operating a sexually oriented business, a first-degree misdemeanor. The club also was charged with misdemeanor counts for permitting nude dancing in the establishment after midnight in violation of Ohio law.
Reese pleaded guilty to charges of cocaine trafficking, illegally operating a sexually oriented business, possession of cocaine and permitting drug abuse in January 2018. He was placed on three years probation in March 2018.
The other manager, Courtney Rogers of Springfield, was indicted on the same charges and was granted treatment in lieu of conviction in February 2018.
Two other dancers were charged with misdemeanors and pleaded guilty in Franklin Municipal Court as a result of that investigation.
A third employee, Mark Butterfield III of Cincinnati, was indicted, but his case was dismissed.
The club at 1121 E. Second St. remains in operation pending resolution of an objection to its liquor permit renewal filed by the city of Franklin with the Ohio Division of Liquor Control.