Gloversville Police: One business sold alcohol in underage sting; 10 pass, refuse to sell

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GLOVERSVILLE – One of eleven Gloversville businesses checked during an underage alcohol sales sting sold alcohol to an underage agent, police said Tuesday.

Police identified the business that sold as the Fulton Street Deli, 113 E. Fulton St. 

The cashier there who sold alcohol to the underage agent was cited for violation of state beverage control law and issued an appearance ticket for court later.

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Police conducted the sting April 21 to check compliance with state alcohol beverage control law, police said.

Police also identified the 10 businesses who passed and refused to sell alcohol to the underage agent: Country Farms and Stewart’s on South Main Street; Lukoil, Cumberland Farms, Rite Aid, 5 Star Smoke Shop, Naif’s and Mud Deli, all on North Main Street; Jan’s Deli & Convenience on West Fulton Street and TJ’s Discount Beverage on East Fulton Street.

The operation was made possible by support from the HFM Prevention Council and the Glove City Coalition.

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By Steven Cook

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