Three Iowa City businesses fail alcohol-compliance checks

BY JORDYN REILAND | MAY 14, 2013 5:00 AM

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Iowa City police conducted alcohol-compliance checks on May 10 at 40 local businesses licensed to sell alcoholic beverages.

According to an Iowa City police press release, plainclothes officers worked with underage participants who attempted to illegally purchase alcohol.

There were 37 businesses that refused to sell to underage buyers. Some of which included Blue Bird Diner, DC’s, Fieldhouse Bar, Basta, Casey’s, and Bo-James.

Three businesses checked by police sold to underage buyers. The employees who sold were charged with selling alcohol to persons under age 21. The businesses who failed were the Pit Smokehouse, Creekside Market, and Smokin’ Joes.

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