Alcohol and teens: Thefts of liquor in stores on rise in state

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SEATTLE — Since liquor sales in our state went private, there`s a lot of concern that kids are getting more access to booze. As John Hopperstad tells us, it often starts in our stores.

Watch his video report below:


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  • Kenneth Briggs

    so what they steal ,make them drink it all at one time , no matter if it is one can of beer or a case of any booze make then drink it all teach them to grow up and if the parent is letting them do this put them in jail for awhile .

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