A total of seven liquor-selling establishments failed a recent alcohol-compliance check conducted by the Attleboro Police Department.
Police said four restaurants were busted for attempting to sell to undercover underage operatives in the sting and three liquor stores failed.
Restaurants included: Ruby Tuesday, Mediterranean Grill, Oliver Garden and Sangrias.
Liquor stores included: Castro's County Square Beverage, Attleboro Convenience, and Cozy Mini Mart.
Attleboro Police Lieutenant Scott W. Killough told Patch in an email message that the restaurant stings were conducted on Saturday, Sept. 21 and liquor store stings were conducted on Thursday Sept. 18. In total, 30 restaurants were checked and 15 liquor stores were checked.
Police announced via a press release, which appeared on Patch on Aug. 29, that a sting was imminent. The sting utilized
operatives less than 21 years of age. The underage operatives attempted to
purchase alcoholic beverages from license holders without the use of identification.