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Georgetown Mother, Son Charged With Selling Alcohol Without a License

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Nicasia Chavez Reyes Nicasia Chavez Reyes
Faustino Santizo Perez Faustino Santizo Perez

GEORGETOWN, Del.- A Georgetown mother and son, who are accused of selling alcoholic beverages from their home, were arrested Saturday following a Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement investigation.

DATE said that during their investigation, agents made several alcohol purchases from the 2 Ebony St. home of 62-year-old Nicasia Chavez Reyes and 39-year-old Faustino Santizo Perez. According to DATE, when agents searched the home on Saturday, they discovered that it was also operating as an unlicensed convenience store and restaurant.

DATE said several large commercial style coolers containing various beverages, metal shelving containing various foods as well as pharmaceutical items and cooked food were located inside the home.  Agents seized a large amount of beer and $34,900 in cash, according to DATE. Georgetown police officers assisted DATE with the search of the home. The Division of Public Health was also notified.

Reyes and Perez were charged with selling alcohol Without a license, illegal storage of alcohol, and carrying on an unlicensed business. Reyes was later released on a $1,500 unsecured bail.  Perez was ordered held on a $1,500 secured bail.

 

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