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updated: 12/5/2013 11:26 PM

8 Bartlett businesses cited for selling to minors

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Daily Herald report

Bartlett police recently completed compliance checks at businesses allowed to sell cigarettes or alcohol, and found good compliance on tobacco age rules, but numerous lapses on alcohol age rules.

Police used a 17-year-old youth to check 21 different businesses licensed to sell tobacco products and found all were in compliance with the exception of Moretti's Ristorante & Pizzeria, 1175 W. Lake St., and BP Amoco, 1100 W. Stearns Road, reports said.

Police used two 18-year-old youths to complete alcohol compliance checks at 32 different businesses and found seven that were not in compliance: 7-Eleven, 125 W. Lake St.; Bracht's Place, 363 S. Prospect Ave.; Papa Pacino's, 113 W. Railroad Ave.; Papa Saverio's, 1087 W. Army Trail Road; Suburbia Liquors, 885 S. Rte. 59; Dominick's, 1041 W. Stearns Road; and Tipsy Monkey; 778 W. Bartlett Road, reports said.

The employees who sold tobacco products or alcoholic beverages during the compliance checks were issued local ordinance citations with a court date of 10:30 a.m. Dec. 18 in Rolling Meadows.

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