6 businesses blown up during underage alcohol sting in Chapel Hill, police say

CHAPEL HILL, NC (WNCN) — Chapel Hill Police said six bars or restaurants were among the businesses blown up during an underage alcohol sting operation over the weekend.

The operation took place between 4pm and 9pm on Saturday to focus on restaurants, bars and shops that may be selling alcohol to underage drinkers.

During a stop at 20 different establishments, police said half a dozen had sold alcohol to an underage buyer who was cooperating with the police, according to Chapel Hill Police spokesman Alex Carrasquillo.

“We want businesses to do well, and we work closely with them to ensure they have practices in place to avoid selling alcohol to minors,” Carrasquillo said in a press release.

Those cited were five bars or restaurants and a supermarket, officials said.

Police released a list of businesses that broke the law during the stabbing:

  • Lime & Lemon at 100 Meadowmont Village Cir.
  • Rasa at 1826 MLK Jr Blvd.
  • Lucha Tigre at 746 MLK Jr Blvd.
  • Old East Tavern at 1118 Environ Way
  • Speedway at 1213 MLK Jr Blvd
  • Kahlovera at 504 Meadowmont Village Cir.

Chapel Hill police also provide advance notice when conducting a crackdown so business owners can talk to their workers about the importance of ID checks, Carrasquillo said.

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Dais Johnston

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