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Two businesses fail Nebraska State Patrol stingTell North Platte what you think
 

Only two out of 18 businesses in Lincoln County failed an alcohol buying sting operation on Friday evening, the Nebraska State Patrol said Monday.

The State Patrol conducted the alcohol compliance checks at retail outlets such as convenience stores, liquor stores, restaurants and bars.

The two stores that failed were City Discount Liquor at 821 N. Jeffers and Casey’s General Store at 2421 Rodeo Road. Clerks there sold alcohol to an underage buyer posing as someone older.

The compliance checks are conducted randomly to ensure businesses are complying with the state’s alcohol laws and to decrease youth access to alcohol, NSP spokesman Mike Meyer said.

The compliance checks partially funded by a grant from Region II Human Services.


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