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Three businesses reportedly fail alcohol compliance check

Posted: Oct. 16, 2019 5:20 pm Updated: Oct. 16, 2019 11:07 pm

QUINCY -- Three Quincy businesses reportedly failed alcohol compliance checks conducted Wednesday afternoon and evening.

The Quincy Police Department said it completed the checks with the Illinois Liquor Control Commission.

Police said underage cooperating agents were only allowed to carry valid state-issued identification that identified them as under 21.

Three of 25 businesses checked failed. They were El Rancherito, 307 N. 36th; Harrison Express Market, 1414 S. Sixth; and Save-A-Lot, 837 Jefferson.

Employees of the three businesses were issued citations for sale of alcohol to a minor.

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