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by Tribune Staff
May 08, 2012 | 715 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print


RENO — The privileged liquor licenses of 16 Reno businesses have been suspended so far this year as a result of police sting operations to curb sales to minors.

Below is a summary of suspensions for the past several months:

• City Liquor and Food, 5020 Las Brisas Ave. Two hearings were held and the packaged alcohol license initially revoked; after second hearing license was reinstated but suspended until July 1 (approximately 90 days).

• Smith’s Food and Drugs, 175 Lemmon Drive. Out-of-court settlement agreement: received a 14-day suspension for sales to minors; 13 days held in abeyance for 12 months from time agreement was signed if no sales to minors occur during the 12-month period; served one-day suspension (March 13-14), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period and paid $1,000 fine.

• CVS Pharmacy, 3630 S. McCarran Blvd. Out-of-court settlement agreement: received a 14-day suspension for sales to minors; 11 days held in abeyance for 12 months from time agreement was signed if no sales to minors occur during the 12-month period; served three-day suspension (March 1-4), no sales of alcohol during suspension period.

• Townhouse Motor Lodge & Mini Mart, 303 W. Second St. Received a 30-day suspension for sales to minors; 26 days held in abeyance for 12 months from hearing date if no sales to minors occur during the 12-month period; served four-day suspension (March 27-31), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.

• Sunny Discount Liquor, 2900 Clearacre Lane, #L. Out-of-court settlement agreement: received a 30-day suspension for sales to minors; 26 days held in abeyance for 24 months from hearing date if no sales to minors occur during the 24-month period; served four-day suspension (March 1-5), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.

• Nandi AM/PM, 6190 S. Virginia St. Received a 30-day suspension for sales to minors; 27 days held in abeyance for 12 months from date of hearing if no sales to minors occur during the 12-month period; served three-day suspension (Feb. 24-27), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.

• 7-Eleven Food Store, 690 Booth St. Received a 30-day suspension for sales to minors; 27 days held in abeyance for 12 months from date of hearing if no sales to minors occur during the 12-month period; served three-day suspension (Feb. 24-27), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.

• 7-Eleven Food Store, 1770 Sutro St. Out-of-court settlement agreement: received a 50-day suspension for sales to minors; 36 days held in abeyance for 24 months from time agreement was signed if no sales to minors occur during the 24-month period; served 14-day suspension (Feb. 20 - March 5), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.

• Ben’s Discount Liquor, 4700 N. Virginia St. Out-of-court settlement agreement: received a 14-day suspension for sales to minors; 10 days held in abeyance for 12 months from date of hearing if no sales to minors occur during the 12-month period; served three-day suspension (Jan. 9-13), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period and paid $1,500 fine.

• B&B Food and Discount Liquor, 640 Kuenzli St. Out-of-court settlement agreement: received a 14-day suspension for sales to minors; 10 days held in abeyance for 12 months from date of hearing if no sales to minors occur during the 12-month period; served four-day suspension (Dec. 13-17, 2011), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.

• Lakeside Market, 6147 Lakeside Drive. Received a 14-day suspension for sales to minors; 11 days held in abeyance for 12 months from date of hearing if no sales to minors occur during the 12-month period; served three-day suspension (Jan. 20-23), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.

• Go Fer Gas and Discount Liquor, 4600 N. Virginia St. Out-of-court settlement agreement: received a 30-day suspension for sales to minors; 23 days held in abeyance for 12 months from date of signed agreement if no sales to minors occur during the 12-month period; served seven-day suspension (Jan. 5-12), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.

• AM/PM Mini Market, 600 Kietzke Lane. Served 30-day suspension (Nov. 1 - Dec. 1) for sales to minors, no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.

• Discount Gas and Liquor, 900 Yori Ave. Served 14-day suspension (Nov. 7-21) for sales to minors, no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.

• Dollar Plus and Mini Mart, 3052 Kietzke Lane. Received a 21-day suspension for sales to minors; 14 days held in abeyance for 12 months from date of hearing if no sales to minors occur during the 12-month period; served seven-day suspension (Nov. 1-8), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.

• City Corner Gas & Grocery, 1000 Second St. Out-of-court settlement agreement: received a 14-day suspension for sales to minors; 10 days held in abeyance for 12 months from date of agreement if no sales to minors occur during the 12-month period; served four-day suspension (Oct. 21-25), no sales of alcohol allowed during suspension period.
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