Five business establishments in York County have been cited by state police for allegedly violating Pennsylvania's liquor laws during June, according to a news release from the state Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement.
* Hanover American Legion Post No. 14, 201 Carlisle St. in Hanover; accused of selling alcohol after its catering-club liquor license expired
* Legends Hospitality, the concessions stand at the York Revolution's Santander Stadium, 5 Brooks Robinson Way in York City; allegedly sold or gave alcohol to a minor.
* Field House sports bar, 895 Old Trail Road in Newberry Township; accused of selling malt or brewed beverages in excess of 192 fluid ounces in a single sale to one person for consumption off premises. State law limits the amount of takeout beer a customer can buy at one time.
* Liberty Social Club, 1041-43 N. George St. in North York; accused of selling alcohol to nonmembers.
* Seven Valley Vineyard and Winery, 885 Georges Court in Shrewsbury Township; allegedly sold or gave away wine at a place other than a licensed premises; allegedly falsified wine exposition permit; and allegedly allowed its manager to be employed at another business without Liquor Control Board approval.
The charges will be brought before an administrative law judge who can impose penalties including fines and suspensions or revocations of liquor licenses.