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Compliance check nets violation in St. Charles

ST. CHARLES – A liquor license holder in St. Charles recently failed a routine compliance check, the St. Charles Police Department said in a news release Tuesday.

Members of the police department, along with two 19-year-old civilian agents, conducted the fourth-quarter liquor compliance checks Friday, police said.

Of the 21 businesses inspected, police reported 20 were in compliance. Congratulatory letters of compliance from Chief Jim Lamkin will be delivered to those liquor license holders, police said.

The Thirsty Fox, 104 E. Main St., was found to be noncompliant for selling alcohol to a minor, police said.

Employee Desirae A. Stone, 28, of Aurora, reportedly was served with a notice to appear at 9 a.m. Nov. 14 at the Kane County Branch Court in St. Charles.

Police said the reports will be forwarded to the St. Charles Liquor Control Commission.

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