Georgetown County deputies charge ten with selling alcohol to minors

Georgetown County deputies charge ten with selling alcohol to minors
Ten employees from various Georgetown County businesses have been charged after allegedly selling beer to minors without checking identification. (Source: Unsplash)

GEORGETOWN COUNTY, S.C. (WMBF) – Ten employees from various Georgetown County businesses have been charged after allegedly selling beer to minors without checking identification.

According to the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office, the businesses were:

  • Marathon on Black River Road
  • Georgetown Sunoco on Highmarket Street
  • Georgetown Citgo on N. Fraser Street
  • Georgetown Kangaroo on S. Fraser Street
  • Georgetown Speedway on S. Fraser Street
  • Georgetown Money Saver on Highmarket Street
  • Georgetown Dollar General on Highmarket Street
  • Georgetown Circle K on Wachesaw Road
  • Murrells Inlet BP on U.S. Highway 17
  • Murrells Inlet Speedway on U.S. Highway 17

“I have vowed to protect our children from those who would cause them harm. Alcohol and drug abuse is a killer, and I need support from the business owners to ensure that incidents like these do not continue to occur,” said Georgetown County Sheriff Carter Weaver.

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