Login  /  Register  | 3 premium articles left before you must register.

Liquor control agents inspect, arrests made in New London

Published March 02. 2013 6:00PM   Updated March 02. 2013 11:32PM

New London – An inspection Friday in New London by liquor control agents from the state Department of Consumer Protection and city police resulted in arrests and citations at several establishments.

The agents cited Exchange Bar & Grill, 74 Bank St. for both failing to have age statement forms on site and failing to cooperate with or give information to the department during the inspection.

The Buckley House, 111 Bank St., was issued a citation for violating a statute that prohibits refilling liquor bottles or containers. The agents also found fruit flies in liquor bottles there and cited the establishment for a fire code violation.

The Brass Rail, 52 Bank St., was cited when a minor was found loitering in the barroom. City police charged the 17-year-old woman with criminal impersonation after she used another person's identification card to enter the Brass Rail's age-21-and-over section and then presented the same ID to police.

Police also arrested Jose Ortiz, 23, of 10 Railroad Ave., Norwich, on an outstanding warrant for violation of probation.

News by Town

Most Recent Poll
Some are calling for state Democratic Rep. Ernest Hewett to resign after making what some saw as an inappropriate comment to a teenager at a hearing. Do you agree?
Yes, the comment was inappropriate; he should resign.
Yes, regardless of his intent, it shows poor judgment and carelessness.
No, he's being railroaded by Republicans and the political correctness police.
No, he's apologized and lost his deputy speaker post. That's enough.
I seriously don't care as long as the snakes stay in Hartford and Washington.
Number of votes: 1410

No current items found