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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Seventeen convenience stores throughout Niagara County were visited Friday evening by the Niagara County Sheriff's Office, New York State Police, and New York State Liquor Authority -- part of a joint underage alcohol enforcement detail.

During the detail, which took place from 5 - 10 p.m., deputies, troopers and SLA agents found that all 17 convenience stores successfully denied the underage operatives alcohol.

Law enforcement recognizes the convenience stores compliance in deterring consumption of alcohol to minors.

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  1. Although there are someretailers who clearly don't care who they sell beer too, the VAST majority do not want or need to sell alcohol to minors. In other parts of the state, it is very common for the police to use bearded or hairline-receding 20-year-old auxiliary officers or cadets who look 30 to make their underage sale cases. It's not a defense for the retailers; it's more of a warning.
    -- John Springer, NY Liquor License Specialist

  2. Why is it the stores never know they passed? A letter would be nice to hand to the cashier so they can be rewarded by management.


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