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Posted on: January 16, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Frederick Police Department conducts alcohol compliance checks

On January 14th, the Frederick Police Department conducted Alcohol Compliance Checks of restaurants selling alcohol products within the City of Frederick. This is the third round of grant funded compliance checks within the City of Frederick.

Frederick Police Officers, with the help of underage volunteers, were able to check 20 businesses for compliance with state laws prohibiting the sale of alcohol products to minors. Of the 20 businesses checked, 6 business sold alcohol to an underage volunteer. This round of compliance checks yielded a 66% compliance rate. The Frederick Police Department would like to thank the following business establishments for their compliance with state laws:

Il Forno Pizzeria – 1035 W. Patrick Street
Miyako – 1005 W. Patrick Street
Bangkok Thai Kitchen – 1031 W. Patrick Street
Carabba’s Italian Grill – 1351 W. Patrick Street
Clay Oven – 1170 W. Patrick Street
Red Horse – 996 W. Patrick Street
Dutch’s Daughter – 581 Himes Avenue
Ledo Pizza – 490 Prospect Boulevard
Gladchuck Brothers – 489 W. Patrick Street
Terrace lanes – 12 W. College Terrace
The Orchard Restaurant – 43 N. Market Street
Acacia – 129 N. Market Street
Olives Restaurant – 137 N. Market Street
Pretzel & Pizza Creations – 210 N. Market Street

The following establishments did not comply with the law and offenders were issued citations:

Ruby Tuesday – 1312 W. Patrick Street
Red Lobster – 1020 W. Patrick Street
Viet’s Aroma – 440 Prospect Boulevard
La Paz – 51 S. Market Street
Brewer’s Alley – 124 N. Market Street
Magoo’s Pub – 1-A W. 2nd Street

This round of compliance checks was one prevention strategy of the Frederick County – Alcohol Prevention Initiative Coalition (FC-API) strategic plan to address underage drinking issues in Frederick. Other prevention strategies planned for the next several months include parent education workshops, alcohol merchant trainings, and marketing messages to parents and adults.

Funding for the community-based Frederick County – Alcohol Prevention Initiative Coalition and the activities of the strategic plan are provided by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Behavioral Health Administration.

Author of Press Release:
OFC Kacie Strong

Departmental PIO:
Lt. Clark Pennington

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