The Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement released their Jan. 3, report which included 96 complaints: 25 violations were filed with 4 establishments in Delaware County, 1 in Chester County and the remainder in Philadelphia County.
Pittman 501 Inc. E 7th St Chester – Sold, furnished or gave liquor for consumption off premises on July 16. August 11 and September 9, 2022.
Rypd LLC. Spada’s Bar 920 Simpson Street Eddystone- Sold, furnished and/or gave liquor and/or malt brewed beverages between 2 a.m. and 7 a.m. on Oct. 8 and Nov. 19, 2022.
Truth Social Lounge, 700 West 2nd Street, Chester- Sold, furnished or gave liquor for consumption off premises on July 15, August 11 and Sept 9, 2022
Upper Chichester American Legion Post 951 -received a number of citations focused on games of chance and bingo.
Failure to operate small games of chance in conformity with the small games of chance act and Title 61 of the Pennsylvania Code on Jan 2, 2021, through July 19, 2022
Failure to maintain complete and truthful records covering the operation of the licensed business for a period of 2 years immediately preceding July 19, 2022, concerning the local option small games of chance act.
Failure to operate bingo in conformity with Title10 of the bingo law on July 19, 2021 through July 19, 2022.
Failure to maintain complete and truthful records covering the operation of the licensed business for a period of 2 years immediately preceding July 19, 2022 concerning the Bingo law.
Failure to provide an authorized employee of the enforcement bureau, access to complete and truthful records covering the operation of the licensed business on Feb. 7, 2022
Big Phil’s Bar and Grill in Coventry Mall was cited for failure to have board-approved manager complete ramp owner/manager training within 180 day of the board’s approval of the appointment on Oct. 6th through Dec. 2, 2022.
Charges are brought before an administrative law judge and penalties for violations can range from $50 to $1,000 for minor offences and up to $5,000 for more serious offences. The judge can also suspend or revoke a license based on the severity of the charge.