5 Tucson businesses fined for liquor violations

2013-11-10T00:00:00Z 2014-02-21T09:00:05Z 5 Tucson businesses fined for liquor violationsBy Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

The Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control issued fines to five Tucson businesses in the past two months.

The agency fined two restaurants in October for serving alcohol while their liquor licenses were expired.

Nimbus Brewing Co., 3850 E. 44th St., paid a $750 fine, and Korea House Restaurant, 4030 E. Speedway, paid an $875 fine. 

Two convenience stores and a restaurant were fined for selling alcohol to teenagers after the agency investigated anonymous complaints in September.

At R & D Union, 4701 E. 29th St., a clerk sold beer to two undercover teenagers who were working with an inspector, according to the inspector’s report. The store was fined $1,500.

At S & K Market, 2520 N. 15th Ave., the owner sold alcohol to the undercover teens, according to a report. The store was fined $750.

At Azadero Y Taqueria Sonora, 24 W. Irvington Road, a waiter, who was also drinking, sold beer to the undercover teens, according to a report. The restaurant was fined $750.

Contact reporter Becky Pallack at bpallack@azstarnet.com or 573-4251. On Twitter @BeckyPallack

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