Two businesses cited for selling to minors
Two Ottawa County businesses were cited for selling alcohol to minors as part of compliance checks performed by police agencies across Ottawa County this month.
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#1 Jul 27, 2009
I'm not a bit surprised, these places make big bucks off of these college kids, so they try to guess just how old they are without carding them. It should be a law EVERY place that sell booze must card everyone reguardless of your age.From 8 to 80. If you get complaints their to young, When they card me( in my 61's and look it) I always tell them, wow you get an extra tip, and by the way do you offer a senior discount.
#2 Aug 17, 2009
you know, the one place just started selling alcohol within the last year and a half. it seems to me as if they are letting a lot of things just slide by. people need to check id's every time, no matter what.
maybe it sounds dumb to some people, but it definitely is not. if someone sells alcohol to a minor, and that minor drives away and gets killed in a car, that business would be the one held responsible.
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