Chattanooga police conducted age compliance checks at 14 local convenience stores.
The checks, done in partnership with the Hamilton County Coalition, were to ensure that underage teens couldn't illegally purchase alcohol.
The buyers, according to a news release from the Chattanooga police, used real IDs and were 18-19 year sold.
Fourteen stores were checked, and under-aged buyer was able to purchase alcoholic beverages from six of the locations.
Four of those six locations did not ask the buyers for age identification, according to CPD Communications Coordinator Kyle Miller.
These stores sold alcohol to the under-aged buyers:
These stores did not sell to the under-aged buyers:
Those stores in violation were cited, and are scheduled to appear before the Chattanooga Beer Board April 16, 2015 at 9:00am.
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