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12 ETX businesses caught selling alcohol to teens during sting

LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) -

The Longview Police Department, along with Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission and supported by Longview Partners in Prevention, conducted an alcohol sting in the Longview area.

Sixty-four businesses were checked for their compliance with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code and Texas State Law.

Of the 64, twelve alcohol retailers sold alcohol to minors. They were:

1. 1470 W. Marshall Avenue – Gateway Fly Thru Beer
2. 3620 Estes Parkway – Rudy's # 15
3. 4208 Loop 281 West – Longview Bingo Center
4. 1001 Young Street – Cowboy's Stop
5. 511 E. Marshall Avenue – Walgreen's # 07611
6. 100 S. Access Road – Food Fast # 1007
7. 1101 McCann Road – Food Fast # 1022
8. 880 E. Loop 281 – Big Papa's
9. 128 W. Marshall Avenue – Rudy's # 16
10. 1917 Judson Road – Road Runner Superette # 2
11. 3305 S. Eastman Road – Food Fast # 1077
12. 700 Gilmer Road – E-Z Mart Store # 26

As a result, the Longview Police Department has filed twelve Class A Offense reports against these individuals for selling alcohol to a minor.

TABC issued administrative citations to each of the businesses.

 

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