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Sheriff says latest alcohol compliance checks show improvement

Canadian County Sheriffs performed another alcohol compliance check this week and cited four convenience stores selling alcohol to minors.

The To Much To Lose program works to ensure stores in Canadian County are not selling alcohol to our minors.  A total of 16 stores were checked in the latest exercise and sheriff Randall Edwards said he was pleased to find only four stores in violation.

“Although that is still four to many, it is a huge improvement from our initial start-up of this program last year,” Edwards said in a release. Last year’s exercise found nine violators, including Jiffy Trip and City Stop in Piedmont, out of 12 stores checked.

Stores that sold:

Shamrock Mr. C’s (10116 NW 10th, Oklahoma City)

Banner Shell (3156 N. Banner Rd, El Reno)

Cenex (120 S Evans, El Reno)

Loves (1645 E Hwy 66, El Reno)

Stores that did NOT sell:

Bronco Stop (551 E Hwy 152, Mustang)

Mustang Mini Mart (707 E Hwy 152, Mustang)

Filly Food Mart (1705 E Hwy 152, Mustang)

Shell (1601 S. Morgan Rd, Oklahoma City)

Domino Express (2601 S. Country Club, El Reno)

Valero (2506 S. Country Club, El Reno)

Walgreens (1550 SW 27th, El Reno)

Ruddies (1524 S. Country Club, El Reno)

Vickie C’s (1510 Sunset, El Reno)

Mini Max (1101 Sunset, El Reno)

81 Stop (501 N Choctaw, El Reno)

Fastbreak (2009 S Shepard, El Reno)

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