SHELBY CO., Ohio (WDTN) – State agents went looking for employees selling alcohol to under aged customers.
They checked 19 businesses and found six instances of selling alcohol to minors.
The stores were checked on February 8 throughout Shelby County. The six who agents say sold alcohol to an underaged informant are located in Wapakoneta, Botkins, Jackson Center and Sidney.
Six people were issued citations to appear in Shelby County Court. The establishments where they work were also issued citations.
The stores involved are the Western Ohio Inn, Inn Between, Clark’s Gas Station and Eatery in Sidney, City Carryout, Sidney Mart and Village Pantry.
All of the stores will also get a review of their liquor licenses by the Ohio Liquor Control Commission.