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Three Wicomico County businesses failed a March alcohol compliance check, officials said Tuesday.
On March 9, The Wicomico County Alcohol Task Force conducted routine compliance checks of establishments licensed to sell alcohol in Wicomico County.
Of the 30 licensed establishments checked, all but three passed, according to a Board of License Commissioners news release.
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The businesses that failed the check were Ocean Stop — previously a Shore Stop convenience store — in Hebron, Buster’s Seafood Grille in Salisbury and Agave Azul Mexican Cuisine & Tequila Bar in Salisbury.
The release states that the board may order the establishments to appear for a hearing on an alleged sale of an alcoholic beverage to a person under 21 years of age.
The clerk accused of selling the alcohol will be charged by Officers of the Task Force.
The Task Force is comprised of the Wicomico County Liquor License Department, the Maryland State Police, Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office, and Salisbury Police Department.
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