Oak Harbor police conduct alcohol compliance checks at businesses

The Oak Harbor Department reported on its alcohol compliance checks on its Facebook page this week.

The police reported that on April 19, as part of a partnership program with the Oak Harbor Youth Commission, officers of the Oak Harbor Police Department and the Washington State Liquor Control Board conducted alcohol compliance checks, to assess the level of availability of alcohol and to prevent the sale of alcoholic beverages to minors.

Compliance checks were made at the following stores:

DK Market

Mike’s Mini Mart


Saar’s Marketplace

Smoke Plus

Of the five (5) different compliance checks, only one business sold alcohol to a minor. That employee was arrested for furnishing alcohol to a minor.


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