The Santa Rosa Police Department on Saturday conducted a minor decoy operation at multiple locations throughout the city in an ongoing effort to ensure businesses are complying with laws regarding minors consuming alcohol, the police said. A decoy visited 10 licensed “on sale” alcohol establishments within Santa Rosa city limits and attempted to buy or be served alcohol as a minor, police said. Employees at two of the locations provided the decoy with alcohol and the workers were promptly cited for the illegal sale, police said. The two establishments that violated minor alcohol consumption laws were the Star Restaurant at 1350 Farmers Lane and El Azteca Restaurant at 3260 Airway Drive, police said. Officers plan to continue conducting such operations – which are funded by a grant from the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control –
routinely in an effort to ensure everyone is complying with state laws,police said.
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