Area es­tab­lish­ments face liquor vi­o­la­tions

The Republican Herald - - POLICE/ COURT -

AL­LEN­TOWN — Six Schuylkill County busi­nesses were cited by the state po­lice Bureau of Liquor Control En­force­ment for var­i­ous in­frac­tions of the state Liquor Law. They in­clude:

Jack­son St. Pub LLC, 101 Jack­son St., Port Car­bon — fail­ing to have the board- ap­proved man­ager com­plete the re­quired train­ing be­tween Aug. 26 and Oct. 15.

Christo­pher Columbus So­ci­ety of Tamaqua, 101- 103 Schuylkill Ave., Tamaqua — fail­ing to ad­here to the con­sti­tu­tion and by­laws of Liquor Control Board reg­u­la­tions, fail­ing to main­tain records in ac­cor­dance with the Liquor Law and fail­ing to have the board ap­proved man­ager com­plete the re­quired train­ing.

Amer­i­can Le­gion Home As­so­ci­a­tion of Coal­dale, 103- 105 Sec­ond St., Coal­dale — fail­ing to main­tain com­plete and truth­ful records con­cern­ing Small Games of Chance and pos­sess­ing and op­er­at­ing gam­bling de­vices or para­pher­na­lia or per­mit­ting gam­bling or lotteries, pool sell­ing or book mak­ing on the li­censed premises.

East End Fire Com­pany No. 4, 553 E. Broad St., Tamaqua — fail­ure to ad­here to the con­sti­tu­tion and/ or by­laws of Liquor Control Board reg­u­la­tions and pos­sess­ing and op­er­at­ing gam­bling de­vices or para­pher­na­lia or per­mit­ting gam­bling or lotteries, pool sell­ing or book mak­ing on the li­censed premises.

Red Lion Café, 697 De­turksville Road, Wash­ing­ton Town­ship — sell­ing or fur­nish­ing al­co­hol to a mi­nor.

PBX En­ter­prises Inc, 2290 W. Mar­ket St., Pottsville — re­fill­ing liquor bot­tles in vi­o­la­tion of the Liquor Code.

The charges will be brought be­fore an ad­min­is­tra­tive law judge who can im­pose fines be­tween $ 50 and $ 1,000 for mi­nor of­fenses or up to $ 5,000 for more se­ri­ous vi­o­la­tions. The judge can also im­pose a li­cense sus­pen­sion or re­vo­ca­tion and man­date li­censee train­ing.

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