10 Fail In Regulatory Bureau Compliance Checks For Alcohol

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Ten businesses failed on Tuesday when the Chattanooga Police Regulatory Bureau, the Hamilton County Coalition and the Tennessee Alcohol Beverage Commission conducted compliance checks at several area businesses.

Eighteen businesses were checked and 10 businesses sold alcohol to an under-age buyer. The establishments that sold to the under-age buyer were cited and will appear before the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission.

Businesses that failed the check:
 
Triple T’s                     2801 Dodson Ave.
(Beer)
Sandy’s Liquor            2410 Glass St. (Liquor)
C&S Market                1520 Dodson Ave. (Beer)
Big K Liquor                909 Dodson Ave. (Liquor)
Big K Market               909 Dodson Ave. (Beer)
Citgo                          5901 Lee Highway (Beer)
Happy Mart                 5701 Brainerd Road, #125 (Beer)
Lamplight                    5032 Brainerd Road (Liquor)
Frank’s Place              601 Tunnel Blvd. (Beer)
Kankus                       3440 Wilcox Blvd. (Beer).
 
Businesses that passed:
 
Sunnytown Supermarket                    2300 Dodson Ave.
Delta Express                                    3410 Brainerd Road
ABC Liquor – and - ABC Party Store  3948 Brainerd Road
Kankus                                             101 Glenwood Dr.
Island Point Liquor                             5987 Brainerd Road
Midnight Mart                                     3441 Wilcox Blvd.
Fast Stop                                           2285 Wilcox Blvd.

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