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Three Pacifica businesses sell alcohol to minor
August 21, 2014, 05:00 AM

Three businesses in Pacifica were issued misdemeanor citations for selling alcohol to a person under the age of 21 as part of a police sting operation on Saturday.

An underage decoy attempted to buy alcohol from 15 retailers as part of the Aug. 16 operation and was successful at three, Pacifica police said.

In an underage alcohol sting, the decoy is instructed to be truthful about his or her age and present an ID upon request, according to police.

The sting was conducted by the Pacifica Police Department in partnership with the COAST 21 Task Force, police said.

 

 

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