GLOVERSVILLE – Two Gloversville businesses sold alcohol to a minor in an underage alcohol compliance check Friday, Gloversville Police said Wednesday.
Eight other businesses refused to sell to the minor, police said.
Gloversville Police conducted the check to ensure that businesses were complying with alcohol sales rules.
Police identified the two businesses that sold alcohol to the underage agent as:
- TJ’s Discount Beverage, 86 E. Fulton St.
- Naif’s, 251 N. Main St.
The cashiers who sold the alcohol to the underage agent were issued appearance tickets for violating state alcohol beverage control law. They are to appear in court later this month. Police did not identify them in a release.
The check was made possible by support from the HFM Prevention Council and the Glove City Coalition.
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