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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Six Oklahoma City convenience store clerks were issued citations for allegedly selling beer to teenagers.
Police sent two teenagers into 21 stores to make sure clerks were obtaining proper identification before selling alcohol to minors, according to KOCO TV in Oklahoma City. Of the 21 stores checked, six were ticketed.
Police, who declined to identify the chains or employees that were ticketed, said the operation is part of a crackdown on underage beer sales before summer, when many teens are out of school.
More stings are planned over the next few months.