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The original item was published from 11/4/2021 12:08:45 PM to 11/26/2021 12:00:00 AM.

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Posted on: November 4, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Lake County Alcohol Compliance Checks

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office conducts alcohol compliance checks at Lake County liquor selling establishments.  The compliance checks are designed to ensure businesses vending alcohol are not selling to anyone under the age of 21.

Of the 54 establishments tested, 11 of them sold alcohol to someone under the age of 21. 

The establishments and clerks in violation are:

Establishment:

Marathon Gas Station

34238 North Route 45, Third Lake

Clerk:

Aamir Raza, 51

Establishment:

Mobil Gas Station

33199 North Route 45, Unincorporated Grayslake

Clerk:

Jennifer J. Beckman, 42

Establishment:

Stop N Save

38478 N Sheridan Rd, Beach Park

Clerk:

Birju M Patel, 57

Establishment:

Shell Gas Station

41867 Route 41, Wadsworth

Clerk:

Akber A. Mir, 47

Establishment:

At Graham Marketplace

33978 Route 45, Gages Lake

Clerk:

Quamain C. Perryman, 27

Establishment:

At J's Liquor

36735 N Route 83, Unincorporated Lake Villa

Clerk:

Piyushbhai D. Patel, 50

Establishment:

Volo Aldi

2741 W Hartigan Road, Volo

Clerk:

Kathleen E. Salinas, 41

Establishment:

LB Mart

5075 Shoreline Road, Lake Barrington

Clerk:

Arshad A. Khan, 58

Establishment:

Puff N Stuff

20370 Route 12, Deer Park

Clerk:

Akshay K. Patel, 24

Establishment:

Countryside BP

26951 North Route 83, Unincorporated Mundelein

Clerk:

David P. Rumpf, 65

Establishment:

Lake Bluff Marathon

218 Waukegan Rd, Unincorporated Lake Bluff 

Clerk:

Syed M. Basha, 60

The clerks in violation were ticketed for selling liquor to a minor.  They are required to appear in Waukegan court.  Notice of the violations were sent to their respective liquor commission jurisdictions (Beach Park, Volo, Deer Park, Wadsworth, Third Lake, and Lake County Liquor Commission).

All defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.  

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