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Lafayette Police Check Businesses for Alcohol Sales Compliance

The following is a news release from the Lafayette Police Department:

On November 16, 2011, the Lafayette Police Department's Youth Services Section conducted an underage alcohol buy operation.  An undercover person under the age of 21 was used to attempt purchases of alcohol from businesses within the City of Lafayette.  A total of 38 businesses were checked with 7 summons issued at 5 businesses during the operation. The following is a list of where the summonses were issued.

 

1. Circle K 1111 Mudd -                                  / Violation:  Sales to Persons Under 21

2. Chassion Corner Mart - 100 E Pont D Mouton/Violations: Sales to Persons Under 21

3. Chevron - 808 Pinhook Rd/ Violations:   Sales to Persons Under 21

4. Shell Complete Stop - 2200 Kaliste Saloom/ Violation:  Sales to Persons Under 21

     And No Bar Card

5. Circle K - 3800 Amb Caffery                        /  Violation:   Sales to Persons under 21 and No Bar Card in Possession

 

The following businesses were checked and found to be in compliance.

  1. 1.    Tammy's                               1301 Jefferson
  2. 2.    Kwik Stop                             200 Louisiana Av
  3. 3.    T&G Grocery                       721 Louisiana
  4. 4.    Manhattan Express           944 E Simcoe
  5. 5.    Lucky's                                 1517 E Simcoe
  6. 6.    Eastside Grocery               2321 E Simcoe
  7. 7.    Stop&Buy                            908 Carmel
  8. 8.    K&I Grocery                         1215 Moss
  9. 9.    Chevron                                1600 Moss

10. T&J Grocery                        2331 Moss

11. Country Mart                       3601 Moss

12. Texaco                                  120 Pont Des Mouton

13. Hit & Run                              1551 SE Thrwy

14. Tobacco Plus                      1421 SE Thrwy

15. On the Run                           1339 SE Thrwy

16. Texaco                                  1332 SW Thrwy

17. Spirit                                      218 Jefferson

18. Circle K                                 615 W University

19. Las A Nod                            812 N University

20. Shop Rite                             1110 N University

21. Cracker Barrel                     1303 N University

22. Race Trac                             1525 N University

23. Texaco                                  1500 N University

24. Cracker Barrel                     1700 N University

25. Complete Stop                    1400 Pinhook

26. Smoke on the run              2311 Pinhook

27. Texaco                                  2727 W Pinhook

28. Complete Stop                    2728 W Pinhook

29. Shop Rite                             2927 Verot School Rd

30. Cracker Barrel                     3332  Pinhook

31. Circle K                                 3400 Kaliste Saloom

32. Circle K                                 3003 Kaliste Saloom

33. Chevron                                600 Kaliste Saloom

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