State police with the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement cited five York County businesses in August for allegedly violating Pennsylvania's liquor laws.
The Embers, 100 Memory Lane in Springettsbury Township; allegedly provided alcohol on a portion of its premises not covered by its liquor license
Flapjacks Restaurant and Pub, 9 N. US 15, Dillsburg; allegedly served alcohol to a minor
Holiday Inn, 2000 Loucks Road in West Manchester Township; allegedly failed to notify the state Liquor Control Board within 15 days of a change in management
Lil' Bit of Chicago, 20 McKinley Ave. in Hanover; allegedly failed to place an LCB notice of suspension in a conspicuous place visible from outside the premises
Red Lobster, 2555 E. Market St. in Springettsbury Township; allegedly failed to notify the LCB within 15 days of a change in management.
The charges will go before an administrative law judge who could impose fines ranging from $50 to $5,000, or impose a license suspension or revocation for serious offenses, according to the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement.