Police: Two businesses caught selling alcohol to a minor

11/01/2010 2:28 PM |

Two local businesses were busted for selling alcohol to a minor after an investigation by local law enforcement Wednesday night, town police said.

Police said Stephanie Eiman, 63, of Wading River sold alcohol to a minor at the Hess gas station on Route 25A in Wading River and Kimberly Green, 33, of Flanders sold alcohol to a minor at the King Kullen on Route 58 in Riverhead. Both women were charged with unlawfully dealing with a child and both establishments were referred to the State Liquor Authority, town police said.

The investigation found that 13 other town businesses were in compliance with state liquor laws. They are as follows: Alpine Wine and Liquors on Route 25A in Wading River; Hess located at 1879 Old Country Road in Riverhead; Hess at 870 Old Country Road in Riverhead; King Kullen in Wading River; Wine and Liquors on Route 25A in Wading River; Wine Depot on Route 58 in Riverhead; Stop & Shop on Route 58 in Riverhead; Waldbaum’s on Route 58 on Riverhead; Roanoke Liquors on Route 58 in Riverhead; Best Yet Market on Route 58 in Riverhead; Superior Auto repairs on Main Road in Aquebogue; Mae’s Market on Railroad Avenue in Riverhead; and Stop and Go Mini Mart on West Main Street in Riverhead.

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