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TWO CROSSVILLE BUSINESSES FINED FOR SELLING UNDERAGE CUSTOMER ALCOHOL

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The City of Crossville Beer Board met Tuesday evening to decide penalties for two local businesses that were caught with employees selling alcoholic beverages to a minor patron. It was part of an operation by the Crossville Police Dept. and Alcoholic Beverage Commission on Dec. 1, 2016. A 20-year-old undercover operative was sent into establishments to attempt to buy alcohol. Three establishments, The Blind Zebra, La Costa Mexican Restaurant and The Butcher’s Block were all cited for selling the subject alcohol. The Butcher’s Block has since closed, but representatives from the other two businesses were on hand. Both were fined $500 for first time offense with 7 days to pay.

 

 

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