State police cite 18 in underage-drinking sweep at concert
The state police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement cited 18 people in a sweep for underage drinking Saturday at First Niagara Pavilion in Washington County.
The agency's liquor enforcement officers conducted the sweep of the Brad Paisley concert at the Hanover amphitheater.
They cited five 18-year-olds, eight 19-year-olds and five 20-year-olds with underage drinking. One of the 19-year-olds was also cited for possessing a fake ID.
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