Port Huron police use underage decoys to bust businesses selling alcohol to minors
PORT HURON, Mich. – Six businesses in Port Huron have been busted by police for allegedly selling alcohol to minors.
Port Huron police said their department's criminal investigative division conducted a sting to crack down on selling alcohol to minors. Underage decoys were sent to 33 business in Port Huron licensed by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission. Six of those establishments sold alcohol to the underage decoys, police said.
Those establishments are:
- Rite Aid at 2910 Pinegrove Avenue
- Eggairy at 1635 Pinegrove Avenue
- Lynch's Irish Tavern at 210 Huron Avenue
- Speedy Q at 1301 10th Street
- 20th Street Grocery at 1921 Griswold Street
- Ted's Coney Island at 618 24th Street
This type of violation could result in a business losing its state liquor license.
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