Local restaurant's liquor license revoked for sellling to minors
Camino Real busted for selling to decoys
Last Updated: 193 days ago
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - California Alcoholic Beverage Control has revoked the license of Camino Real Restaurante for serving alcohol to minor decoys while they were on probation. As a result, the current owners were ordered not to sell alcohol at that location.
A press release was sent out early Monday morning.
Agents with ABC suspended the restaurant's license in 2011 for 20 days after employees served alcohol to a minor who later died in a DUI crash.
ABC agents conducted a TRACE investigation, or Target Responsibility for Alcohol-Connected Emergencies investigation immediately following the May 8, 2010 crash that killed 20-year-old Leonel Del Toro.
The investigation revealed that Del Toro consumed multiple alcoholic beverages at Camino Real Restaurante just prior to the crash that took his life.
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