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5 Longview stores sold alcohol to minors, 28 did not

LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) -

Released by the Longview Police Department:

On July 24, 2010 the Longview Police Department, partnering with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) and Longview Partners in Prevention, conducted off-premise minor stings at area retailers to validate compliance with Texas law prohibiting the sale of alcohol to minors.

33 different alcohol retailers were checked by the undercover team.  Of those 33 retailers, five of them sold alcohol to the undercover minors.  The locations that sold to minors were:

  1. 3607 S. Eastman Road – DC Shamrock
  2. 1929 Hwy 80 East – Tiger Mart of Longview
  3. 701 S. Eastman Road – Kwick Food Mart
  4. 1001 Young Street – Cowboy's # 13
  5. 701 W. Marshall Avenue – Kroger # 959

At these locations the individuals that sold alcohol to the undercover minor were listed in offense reports for "making alcohol available to a minor".  This offense is a class A misdemeanor and the reports will be filed with the Gregg County District Attorney's Office for prosecution.  In addition, the TABC issued administrative citations to each business.

The 28 locations that did not sell alcohol to the undercover minors are:

Street

Business Name

128 W. Marshall Avenue

Rudy's # 16

3620 Estes Parkway

Ruby's # 15

3122 Estes Parkway

Day & Night # 84

1800 S. High Street

Super 1 Foods # 632

1123 W. Cotton Street

Anita Food & Fuel

522 W. Marshall Avenue

Don's

3305 S. Eastman Road

Food Fast # 77

1470 W. Marshall Avenue

Don's Beer Barn Fly Thur

813 W. Marshall Avenue

T. K. Mart

700 Gilmer Road

E - Z Mart # 260

801 Gilmer Road

Gilmer Food Mart

600 N. Eastman Road

A to Z Mart

2001 N. Eastman Road

Zippy J's No. 5

2851 N. Eastman Road

Food Fast # 24

1217 E. Marshall Avenue

Super 1 Foods # 612

611 E. Marshall Avenue

Food Fast # 72

119 W. Marshall Avenue

E.T.B. Inc (CVS #06851)

1711 Judson Road

Food Fast # 75

1910 Judson Road

E - Z Mart #443

1917 Judson Road

Road Runner Superette # 2

1101 McCann Road

Food Fast # 22

2401 HG Mosley Parkway

Lone Star # 3

1026 McCann Road

Rudy's

1218 Karnes Road

Rudy's # 18

401 S. Eastman Road

Rudy's # 17

514 S. Eastman Road

Easy Access

1232 McCann Road

E - Z Mart # 437

601 S. Mobberly Avenue

Cowboy's

The Longview Police Department, the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission and Partners in Prevention are committed to efforts to reduce underage drinking and will continue to conduct minor alcohol stings in the future.

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