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Liquor Control Commission releases underage compliance report for Douglas County

On July 23, 2018, the Illinois Liquor Control Commission (ILCC), in conjunction with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, conducted 17 underage compliance check(s). During the operation, there were 3 prior violator(s) re-tested for compliance.

The following establishment(s) failed this compliance check:

  • Casey’s General Store #1971, 103 N. Chestnut St., Arcola
  • Casey’s General Store #1525, 600 S. Main St. Tuscola (1 prior violation)
  • Siya in Tuscola, Inc., 708 E. Southline Rd., Tuscola
  • Fuel Mart #787, 1207 E. US Hwy. 36, Tuscola

The following establishment(s) passed the compliance check by refusing to sell liquor to the ILCC underage participant(s):

  • It’ll Do East, 620 E. Schrock Dr., Arcola
  • Jack Flash–Arcola, 620 E. Schrock Dr., Arcola
  • Shae’s Pub and Grub, 126 N. Oak St. Arcola
  • Arcola Country Store & Gas, 411 E. Springfield Rd., Arcola
  • Sierra’s Place, 134 W. Sale St., Tuscola
  • Sol Del Mar, Inc., 105 W. Southline Rd., Tuscola
  • Shopko Hometown #640, 700 Progress Blvd., Tuscola
  • Spirit of Tuscola, 911 E. Southline Rd., Tuscola
  • Tuscola IGA Foodliner, 607 E. Southline Rd., Tuscola (1 prior violation)
  • Circle K #1338, 314 E. Southline Rd., Tuscola
  • Proud Mary’s, 1003 E. Southline Rd., Tuscola (1 prior violation)
  • Lambos 5, 1000 E. Southline Rd., Tuscola
  • Road Ranger #139, 1112 E. Southline Rd., Tuscola

This report is a result of ongoing undercover and cooperative law enforcement operations conducted by agents of the Illinois Liquor Control Commission (ILCC), local law enforcement officials and underage participants recruited from area high schools and colleges. The teams randomly visit liquor stores, restaurants and bars in communities around the state to check for ongoing compliance with state laws mandating that no liquor is sold to persons under 21 years old. ILCC agents also work with local and state law enforcement agents to focus on communities with a high incidence of underage liquor sales.

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