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Clarence store attendant caught selling alcohol to underage buyer

This was the only Clarence location that failed to follow the law.

BY: Kaitlin Fritz, Metro Source | February 11, 2013

Alcohol sales spike on Superbowl Sunday, which is why the New York State Police based out of the Clarence barracks and the New York State Liquor Authority decided to conduct an underage drinking detail this past Sunday, Feb. 3, checking 12 stores in the area.

Two of the stores that were chosen were located in Clarence.

Stacey Delano, 37, of Clarence and attendant at the Red Apple, Kwik Fill, 9970 Main St., Clarence, was arrested and charged with the prohibited sale of alcohol to a person under 21 years of age.

Delano was issued an appearance ticket and will return to the Town of Clarence court on a later date.

The other store that was involved in the drinking detail was the Mobil Gas Station and 7-11 located on Main Street, Clarence. This store was among the several that had been check and properly complied with the law.

The attendant at this store denied the sale of alcohol to the underage buyer.

The other store that had made a sale was Ron’s Gas-Rite on Broadway in Alden. Attendant Sandra Lukasczyk, 56, of Alden, was also arrested and charged with the prohibited sale of alcohol to a person under 21 years of age.

She was also issued a ticket and will appear in Town of Alden Court on a later date.

Sergeant Janjowiak at the New York State Police Clarence barracks said that these operations are not intended to “trick” the workers at the stores but just to make sure they are following the rules.

The underage buyers that are sent in are usually students that receive permission from their parents to to be involved in the underage drinking detail and are not allowed to have any sort of criminal record.

All of the participants are under the age of 21 and are instructed on what to do. Janjowiak said, “It’s straight forward, they’re just sent in. There’s no fake ID. They just purchase the alcohol.”

The other establishments that were checked and also complied with the law were the Yellow Goose Gas Station on Big Tree Road, Wales; Marilla Country Store, and Red Apple, Kwik Fill, both on Two Rod Road, Marilla; Rite Aid Pharmacy, Save-A-Lot, Crosby’s, Sunoco and Dok’s Liquor Store, all on Broadway in Alden; and Sunoco, Wilson Farms, Walden Avenue, Alden.

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