Alcohol compliance checks planned in Bemidji starting this month
BEMIDJI – The Bemidji Police Department plans to conduct alcohol compliance checks beginning in mid-March.
The checks are used to assure local liquor establishments aren’t furnishing alcohol to underage buyers.
The checks will continue into April, or until a time that compliances are consistently noted, according to a news release issued by the Police Department.
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