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Alcohol Sting Nets Four More Arrests
Friday, June 09, 2006

City of Titusville Police Department

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Friday, June 9, 2006

 

Alcohol Sting Nets Four More Arrests

 

Through our partnership with PREVENT! Of Brevard Inc., which is designed to reduce underage drinking within the City of Titusville, four more arrests were made last night, (6/8/06), in yet another alcohol compliance sting in Titusville.

 

A 19 year old buyer went into 13 different stores in Titusville. When asked for his identification, the underage buyer would produce his Florida driver’s license reflecting his true age and identity. The following four out of the thirteen businesses made the sale:

 

·         Seven Eleven, 1500 Garden Street  -Charged: Roger Russell, 3380 Kilbee Street, Mims, Florida 32754. D.O.B. 04-03-77

·         Sprint/Kangaroo 1500 N. Singleton Ave. -Charged: Deborah Cote, 2377 Fox Hollow Drive, Titusville, Florida 32780. D.O.B.11-01-60

·         Walgreens 2955 Garden Street. -Charged: Milanic Cusmano, 1210 N. Singleton Avenue, Titusville, Florida 32796 (11-07-78)

·         Chevron 1450 N. Washington Ave. -Charged: Beatrice King, 4060 Alachua Avenue, Titusville, Florida 32796. D.O.B. 02-12-58

 

The four above clerks were charged with Sale Of Alcoholic Beverage To A Minor (Misdemeanor), and were issued a Notice To Appear in Court.

 

This is the second alcohol compliance check within two weeks.  The first compliance check had four out of ten businesses fail to comply with state law. 

 

Prior to starting these checks, each store was sent a letter from the Titusville Police Department indicating the necessity for compliancy to the law and a willingness to help train their personnel in what to look for when an underage person may be attempting to purchase alcohol.

 

*No booking photos were taken because the clerks were released with a court date.

 

 

 

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