Restaurant alcohol sting

Published On: May 14 2013 07:00:53 PM EDT   Updated On: May 14 2013 07:03:16 PM EDT

VIDEO: It can start early, with even some 6th graders admitting to it. Florida young people find ways to get hold of alcohol and drugs. When it comes to businesses actually helping children get their hands on it, that's where law enforcement steps in. Channel 4's Kent Justice went undercover with St. Johns County Sheriff's deputies as they looked for
restaurants that are not following the rules.


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