State Police led an initiative on underage alcohol use in Jefferson County


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NEW YORK STATE POLICE
Major Michael S. TenEyck
Commander of D troop

PRESS RELEASE

December 20e, 2021, New York State Police conducted an underage alcohol use initiative in Jefferson County in the towns of Hounsfield, Watertown and Adams.

As a result of this initiative, the following locations have been verified and compliant:

  • 7 Eleven Convenience Store – Sackets Harbor NY – 13821 State Route 3 Sackets Harbor
  • Dollar General – Sackets Harbor NY – 17953 County Route 75 Sackets Harbor, NY
  • Top’s Supermarket Watertown, NY – 1330 Washington Street Watertown, NY
  • Sunoco Gas Station – Watertown, NY – 19221 US Route 11 Watertown, NY
  • Mercer’s Convenience Store – Watertown, NY – 21623 State Route 232 Watertown, NY
  • 7 Eleven Convenience Store – Adams Center, NY – 17942 State Route 177 Adams Center, NY
  • Valero Gas Station – Adams Center Market – 13306 North Street Adams Center, NY
  • Kinney’s Drugs – Adams NY – 10923 US Route 11 Adams, NY
  • Tops Supermarket – Adams NY – 10916 US Route 11 Adams, NY
  • Mercer’s Convenience – Adams NY – 32 East Church Street Adams, NY
  • Freeway Grocery – Adams NY – 54 West Church Street Adams, NY

The following locations were found NOT be in compliance with the laws relating to the sale of alcohol to a person under the age of 21:

  • Adams Center Wines and Liquor Store – Adams Center Market – 13308 North Street Adams, NY 13606
    • As a result of the initiative, Sheri L. Peer, 51, from Theresa, NY has been charged with treating a child illegally 1st diploma and prohibited sale of alcohol to a person under the age of 21 (ABC Law §65).
  • Stewart’s Shop # 399– Adams NY – 10546 US Route 11 Adams, NY 13605
    • As a result of the initiative, Sara A. Mustizer, 51, of Adams, NY, has been charged with illegally treating child 1st diploma and prohibited sale of alcohol to a person under the age of 21 (ABC Law §65).
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