SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - On St. Patrick's Day, city and state police officers teamed up to check in on 56 businesses located on River Street, Broughton Street and in City Market.
Sixteen citations were issued to individuals in 12 businesses. Twelve of the 16 citations were for alcohol sale to minor and four citations were for allowing minors into alcohol establishments.
An evaluation of the cited businesses will be conducted by a review panel made up of City of Savannah revenue officials and police officers to determine if any action should be taken.
The SCMPD say in one case police officers watched the owner of Live Wire, Daniel Stewart Robinson, check the ID of person and allow the person inside eventhough they were underage.
Those charged with alcohol sale to underage include:
- Robert Drew Alderman, Charthouse
- Victoria Frances Deluna, Shirts & Stuff
- Melanie LeBrew, One Eyed Lizzy
- Vickie Marie Owens, Dockside Restaurant
- Jamal Rashad Steele, Vic's On The River
- Wilhelmina S. Oglestree, River Street Inn
- Aaron Traywick, The Shrimp Factory
- Timothy Cornish, Fiddlers Crabhouse
- Alicia Richards, Café Bayou
- Talia Lisette Miles, Live Wire
- Christina Haskett, Chuck's Bar
- Kimberly Amanda Peterson, Malone's
- Daniel Stewart Robertson, owner of Live Wire
Those charged with allowing someone under 21 into an alcohol establishment include:
- Shawnketer T. Baker, Malone's on the River
- Horace Jackson, Malone's on the River
- Anthony J. Spetalieri, Chuck's Bar