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Poker Machines, Beer Seized from Grocery Store
Tuesday, May 31, 2011

 
Orangeburg County, SC (WLTX) - Grocery store in Orangeburg County in trouble, after officers find some surprising discoveries during an undercover alcohol investigation.

The sheriff's department seized 9 illegal poker machines, 95 cases of beer, and 25 packs of cigarettes from Garrick's grocery on Norway Road in Norway.

Officers say they also found an 18-year-old drinking alcohol at the store.

The store's owner, John Garrick, has been charged with selling beer without an alcohol license and a minor in possession of beer.

Sharon Garrick was also charged for selling beer without a license and possession of illegal poker machines. She also faces more than $1,400 in fines.

Source: http://www.wltx.com/news/national/article/138493/2/Poker-Machines-Beer-Seized-from-Grocery-Store

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