BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The State Liquor Authority has shut down a Buffalo bar near UB South Campus for allegedly selling alcohol to minors.
The liquor license for Mojos on Main Street was immediately suspended Friday, and no alcohol can be served or consumed on the premises.
The SLA says an underage compliance detail conducted in April had three minors enter the bar. All of the minors' licenses were clearly marked "Under 21", but the SLA says regardless, the minors were allowed to enter and purchase drinks from the bartender, who did not request ID.
Mojos is being charged with three violations for selling to a minor and failure to provide adequate supervision.
The bar already has two pending cases before the SLA for six sales to minors, offering unlimited drinks, and for inadequate supervision.
Based on the latest incident, the SLA moved to suspend the license of 4D Associate Inc., which operates Mojos. A hearing will be held on these cases in June.
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