Three Park Ridge businesses cited in alcohol sting
Updated: December 3, 2012 8:20PM
PARK RIDGE — Three Park Ridge businesses recently failed an alcohol compliance check conducted by the Park Ridge Police Department — just two months after two other establishments were cited in a similar sting.
Employees at Morningfields, 800 W. Devon Ave.; Siam Thai, 104 Euclid Ave.; and D’Agostino’s, 742 W. Higgins Rd., allegedly sold an alcoholic beverage to an underage, undercover police informant during the Nov. 15 enforcement operation, according to the Park Ridge Police Department. The businesses were issued citations by police.
The compliance check, conducted in cooperation with the Illinois State Police Department, included 18 Park Ridge establishments that hold liquor licenses. Six establishments were not open during the time the enforcement campaign was conducted.
During an Aug. 30 compliance check police cited Maki Sushi, 12 S. Northwest Hwy., and Blu Fish Sushi, 130 N. Northwest Hwy., with selling alcohol to a minor. The Park Ridge Liquor License Review Board fined Maki Sushi $250 and fined Blu Fish Sushi, which was not represented at the hearing, $750. Both establishments were also ordered to pay $200 in court costs, according to the city.