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2 businesses fail police compliance check

Published: Monday, March 24, 2014 10:14 p.m. CDT

ST. CHARLES – Two businesses failed a March 21 liquor compliance check, according to a St. Charles police news release issued Monday.

The Thirsty Fox Pub, at 104 E. Main St., received two violations, with an employee cited for sale of liquor to a minor. St. Charles Bowl, 2520 W. Main St., received one violation, and one of its employees was cited as well, the release said.

Members of the police department, along with two 19-year-old civilian special agents, inspected 23 businesses in all, police said. Congratulatory letters of compliance from Interim Police Chief Steve Huffman will be delivered to the 21 businesses that passed the inspection, police said.

Thirsty Fox employee Raymond Melvin Stone, 31, of the 200 block of Countryside Parkway, Yorkville, and St. Charles Bowl employee Jeffrey P. Trombetta, 26, of the 100 block of Walnut Drive, St. Charles, each were served with a notice to appear at 9 a.m. April 24 at the Kane County Branch Court in St. Charles.

The reports will be forwarded to the St. Charles Liquor Control Commission, according to the release.

Two other businesses, Rookies, 1545 W. Main St., and Walmart, 150 Smith Road, were caught in February selling alcohol to minors during a separate Illinois Liquor Control Commission compliance check.

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