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Two Harford businesses accused of serving alcoholic beverage to underage person

Two Harford businesses accused of serving alcoholic beverage to underage person

Two Harford County businesses are accused of failing a compliance test last Friday by serving an alcoholic beverage to someone too young to buy it legally, a liquor board inspector said.

But 14 other businesses passed the test by not serving an alcoholic beverage to someone underage.

The Shortstop Beverage Barn in Aberdeen and the Pizza Hut in Havre de Grace were the two businesses that failed, William A. Colburn, an inspector for the Harford County Liquor Control Board, said in his report to the board during its Wednesday afternoon meeting.

“We would like 100 percent, but that’s pretty good,” C. John Sullivan III, chairman of the liquor board, told Colburn.

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