MADISON (WKOW) -- A Beloit liquor store clerk has been cited for selling to underage customer.
The Town of Beloit Police Department used underage operatives to conduct an alcohol license compliance check on Friday. Only one licensed establishment in Beloit sold to an underage operative.
Tracey Dexter Dailey, a clerk at Happy House Liquor on Elmwood Avenue, received a citation.
In a press release, Sergeant Laura Palmer said they "strongly encourage all liquor license holders to be diligent in checking the identification of all persons purchasing alcoholic beverages at your respective establishments."
The Town of Beloit Police Department periodically performs compliance checks to ensure all licensees remain in compliance with state law.
Friday's operation was coordinated with the Rock County Youth to Youth.
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