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Five Arrests During "Project 21" Underage Sale of Alcohol Sting

Seventh Precinct Officers report the arrest of five individuals during a “Project 21” initiative that took place on Wednesday, March 11, 2015.

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Seaford, NY - March 11, 2015 - Seventh Precinct Officers report the arrest of five individuals during a “Project 21” initiative that took place on Wednesday, March 11, 2015.
The following individuals sold alcohol to a 19-year-old underage agent:
1.    Yoonsoon Kim, 61, of 3417 Lufberry Ave. Wantagh
     Cherrywood Wine, Wantagh Ave. Wantagh
2.    Jorge Aguilar, 39, of 59 E. Centenial Ave. Roosevelt
Cappy’s Wine & Liquor, Wantagh Ave. Wantagh
3.    Ke Ding, 21, of 16222 75th Ave. Apt. 1 Fresh Meadows
Vintage Wine & Spirits, Jerusalem Ave. Seaford
4.    Mohamed Hussain, 59, of 38 Rhode Island Ave. Massapequa
Sunergy (gas station), Hicksville Rd. Massapequa
5.    Wen Qin Chen, 41, of 87 Columbia St. Apt. 8F New York, NY
Discount Liquor, Sunrise Hwy. Massapequa
All the defendants were released on Appearance Tickets and charged with Prohibited Sale of Alcohol to a Person Under 21. They are due to respond to First District Court, Hempstead on 03/25/2015.