Two Omaha businesses have been cited after a retail inspection conducted by the Nebraska State Patrol. The inspections are designed to make sure businesses are complying with the Nebraska Liquor Control Act.
Investigator’s with the Nebraska State Patrol issued two violations and 115 warnings during 187 retail premise inspections conducted Monday, January 20. The inspections were conducted in 12 eastern Nebraska counties.
Both violations were in Omaha, Cinco Aces, 3302 Q Street, was cited for violation of a spousal affidavit of non-participation in the operation of the business; and La Guerra, 4229 S. 24th Street, was cited for allegedly importing 110 liters of un-taxed liquor.
According to the Nebraska State Patrol, the alleged violations found at two businesses in Douglas County will be forwarded to the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission for review to determine if an administrative hearing will be held. If a hearing is held and a guilty determination is made by NLCC, the business could have its liquor license suspended, canceled or revoked.
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