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Chevron and Mobile Busted for Under Age Alcohol Sales

HERNANDO – Periodically, the Sheriff’s Office Conducts compliance checks with local convenient stores, to make sure clerks are not selling alcohol to underage consumers.

According to officials, undercover detectives visited 21 locations around the county last night, in an effort to catch clerks selling alcohol to minors.

At the conclusion of the operation, 19 clerks did NOT permit the sale of alcohol to minors; however, two businesses did violate Florida Beverage Law.

Two clerks from the Chevron Station, located at 2109 Commercial Way and the Mobile Station located at 6200 Commercial Way were caught selling alcohol to minors; however, they were not charged with a crime. In lieu of criminal charges, the clerks agreed to attend a Promoting Retailers Education Program, which is administered by the Hernando County Community Anti-Drug Coalition. The program reinforces the importance of responsible alcohol and tobacco sales and now to prevent sales to minors.

The Sheriff’s Office says it will continue similar operations in the future.

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  • Both of those stores have new owners, and neither of them have ever sold spice. Why would the whole spice thing even be relevant to this story? Mediocre writer trying to stir the shit pot I suppose.

    Saturday, 14 March 2015, 2:56 pm
  • Former owners Not current.How does this relate to the story…

    Friday, 13 March 2015, 12:43 am
    • There must be an evil spirit in those gas stations which makes it’s owners do horrible things.

      You’re at the start of the thread,Tom: keep pulling!

      Saturday, 14 March 2015, 9:31 am

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