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Four York establishments cited by Bureau of Liquor Control

Christopher Dornblaser

The Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement cited four York County establishments in June, according to a news release.

Bureau of Liquor Control cites York County establishments

The four cited were:

  • AM Enterprises LLC, 840 Carlisle Road, York, for allegedly selling alcohol after its liquor license expired.
  • El Serrano Inc., 3410 E. Market St., for allegedly selling or giving alcohol to a minor.
  • Mason-Dixon Home Association., RD 2, Box 294, Delta, for allegedly possessing or operating gambling devices or paraphernalia, or permitting  gambling or lotteries, pool selling and/or bookmaking on licensed premises, and allegedly selling alcohol after its liquor license expired.
  • Pizza Hut, 145 Sheraton Drive, New Cumberland, for allegedly failing to notify the board within 15 days of a change of manager.

An administrative judge will review the charges and will have the authority to impose penalties between $50 and $1,000 for minor offensives and up to $5,000 for more serious offenses, according to the release. The judge also can impose a suspension or revocation of the liquor license based on the severity of the charges, the release states.

Liquor agents cite 3 York establishments

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