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Tobacco sale to minor leads to summons in Goffstown
GOFFSTOWN — A store clerk received a summons last week for prohibited sales after she sold tobacco to an underage patron, police said.
Katie M. Newman, 20, of Manchester, an employee at Andre's Food Mart, 680 Mast Road, is scheduled to appear in court Nov. 12.
Police said the New Hampshire Bureau of Liquor Enforcement, with assistance from Goffstown police, conducted tobacco compliance checks of 13 businesses last Wednesday.
Only one business, Andre's Food Mart, sold tobacco to the underage buyer working with law enforcement officials, according to a news release.
What's next: Newman will be arraigned Nov. 12 in 9th Circuit Court, Goffstown District Division.
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