The Wine Gallery and two South Brunswick teens charged in crackdown on underage drinking.
A Dayton liquor store was charged Friday for selling alcohol to two South Brunswick teens as part of a crackdown on underage drinking. The Wine Gallery on Summerfield Boulevard was issued a summons for serving alcohol to minors after the two teens were able to purchase liquor without showing identification last week. On Jan. 25, two plainclothes officers were watching the Wine Gallery as part of the “Cops in Shops" program, a grant from the state that targets underage drinking. The grant enables plain clothes officers to monitor local liquor stores for alcohol sales to minors. At around 6:45 p.m., the officers observed two females, both of whom appeared to be under 21-years-old, enter the store and purchase liquor, according to police. …
Two township men arrested on various underage drinking charges after South Brunswick Police respond to noise complaint for loud party.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Davy James
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Two township men are facing charges related to underage drinking after South Brunswick Police responded to reports of a loud party this weekend. Darryl Martin, 18, was charged underage drinking, and Michael Acevedo, 27, was charged for allowing underage consumption. At 12:30 a.m. Sunday morning, officers responded to 1 Villinova Drive after a loud party was reported. Police arrived at the residence to find numerous people in the front and rear of the home. Officers observed alcohol being consumed by the attendees and believed several of them to be under the legal drinking age. The party was then dispersed, but Martin was "belligerent and uncooperative," according to South Brunswick Police spokesman Sgt. Jim Ryan. Martin was subsequently …