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Suffolk County Police, County and Town Officials Announce Closure of Coram Alcohol Distribution Center Following Illegal Activity

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Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini and officials from the Town of Brookhaven and Suffolk County Legislature announced the condemnation of an alcohol distributor in Coram.

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Location the source of numerous complaints.

Photo by: Cathy Snider, via Free Images.

Coram, NY - December 2, 2016 - Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini and officials from the Town of Brookhaven and Suffolk County Legislature held a press conference at the former site of an alcohol distributor in Coram on Friday, December 2nd to announce its condemnation.

Following an investigation, Superstar Beverage (located at 3723 Route 112, Coram, NY), the source of numerous complaints of drug- and alcohol-related activities, was cited with numerous State Liquor Authority violations, including sale to a minor as well as licensing violations. Brookhaven Town building inspectors and Fire Marshals condemned the location for fire code violations and for no Certificate of Compliance and Certificate of Occupancy.