Several Calvert County Establishments Had Liquor License Suspended or Revoked - Southern Maryland Headline News

Several Calvert County Establishments Had Liquor License Suspended or Revoked


PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. - Several commercial establishments in Calvert County had their license to sell alcohol suspended in recent months. The actions were determined by the Liquor Board which holds a hearing the 4th Thursday of each month.

The Calvert County Sheriff's Office, in an effort to curtail the sale of alcohol to minors, conducts undercover "checks" of various establishments throughout the county to determine if they are in compliance with obtaining the proper ID from persons buying alcohol. Establishments not in compliance are reported to the Liquor Board.

The following establishments had actions taken against them:

Date of Hearing - December 28, 2006

Vera's White Sands, Lusby
License Suspended for January 2,3,4, 2007 and a $500 fine.

Market Place Wine & Spirits, Dunkirk
License Suspended for January 2,3,4, 2007 and a $500 fine.

Ranch Liquors, Lusby
License Suspended for January 2,3,4, 2007 and a $500 fine.

Date of Hearing - January 25, 2007

Country Plaza Liquors, Dunkirk
License Suspended for January 29,30,31, 2007 and a $500 fine.

Peking Liquors, Chesapeake Beach
License Revoked

Stoney's Restaurant, Prince Frederick
License Suspended for January 29,30,31 and a $500 fine.

Date of Hearing - February 22, 2007

Town N Country Liquors, Port Republic
License Suspended for March 5,6,7, 2007 and a $500 fine.

R and J Liquors, Dunkirk
License Suspended for March 5,6,7, 2007 and a $500 fine.

Game Time Wine & Spirits, Huntingtown
License Suspended for March 5,6,7, 2007 and a $500 fine.

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