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METRICH conducts compliance checks at businesses

Thirteen businesses sold some type of alcohol or tobacco product to underage patrons during a compliance check Tuesday. The METRICH Enforcement Unit and the Ontario Police Department, with the assistance of staff members from Community Action for Capable Youth, conducted the alcohol and tobacco sales compliance operation. People younger than 21 were taken to 90 businesses in […]

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Underage alcohol sting gets 6 store clerks cited

Six store clerks have been cited for selling alcohol to underage customers at various businesses in Harrison, Miami and Washington townships, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said late Tuesday night. RANGE Task Force detectives checked 20 liquor permit holders and found 14 to be in compliance, according to the sheriff’s office. Detectives cited the clerks […]

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Mansfield area businesses cited in compliance checks

Employees at 15 businesses throughout Richland County were issued citations for selling alcohol or tobacco to minors Wednesday as the result of a multi-agency compliance investigation. METRICH detectives, deputies from the Richland County Sheriff’s Office and staff members from the Community Action for Capable Youth spent about four hours Wednesday evening checking businesses for tobacco […]

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Sites busted for booze to minors

Across Richland County, 46 businesses have been cited for giving alcohol to underage drinkers, promoting gambling and facilitating food stamp fraud over the past five years. Of the county’s 171 violations, the most common citation was for providing beer to a person younger than 21, according to Ohio Investigative Unit records compiled by CentralOhio.com. Businesses […]

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Carey Stop Yields A Kilo Plus

On May 18th Carey Police Officer Josh Snyder observed a vehicle out of Lucas County on a village back street in an area officers have been investigating for drug activity. Officer Snyder observed a traffic violation and stopped the vehicle.

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