Selling alcohol to minors yields 4 fines

June 02, 1996

Carroll County's liquor board fined four businesses last week for selling alcoholic beverages to minors during March and April.

Cited were: BJ's Liquors in Mount Airy; Cranberry Liquors, Westminster; Ye Olde Package Goods, Sykesville; and Timothy's, Hampstead.

Cranberry Liquors was fined $500. The others also were fined $500, but $250 of the fine was suspended. The licensees, or their legal representatives, attended and pleaded guilty in each case. The fines must be paid within 30 days.

An inspector for the county liquor board, accompanied by a 20-year-old state police cadet, made random visits to businesses licensed to sell alcohol on March 8 and April 5.

Pub Date: 6/02/96

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