Seven Sturgeon Bay Businesses Cited for Selling to Minors

Seven businesses in Sturgeon Bay were recently cited for selling alcohol to underage persons in connection with a compliance check conducted by city police on Friday, September 19th. Captain Dan Brinkman says an officer, working with a 20-year old who held a valid drivers license, conducted the alcohol compliance checks at local businesses that hold a liquor license. The seven cited either sold alcohol to the younger man even after checking his ID or failed to ask for any form of identification. A letter signed by Sturgeon Bay Police Chief Arleigh Porter was hand delivered to the businesses and establishments informing them that compliance checks would be happening in the coming months. Brinkman noted that none of the businesses that failed the compliance check in 2013 made the same mistake this time around. He said the goal was to have 100% compliance.

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