Mom Calls Cops After Finding Receipt From Underage Son’s Alcohol Purchase

Woman said she would deal with her son, but asked the police to investigate the retailer.

A Buford mom called police after learning her 17-year-old son had purchased alcohol from a local convenience store.

The mom said her husband had gone out to their son’s vehicle on Jan. 4 to roll up the windows because it was raining. While in the car, the husband found a receipt from a gas station that indicated a $5.81 alcohol purchase.

When confronted about the purchase, the teen reportedly replied that it was no big deal since the gas station never checks identification for alcohol purchases.

Read the full article on Buford Patch.

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KFSYT January 11, 2013 at 12:01 AM
Good for mom!!!
Elizabeth January 11, 2013 at 04:37 PM
Good for you, Mom!! Your son may not realize it right now, but you love him enough that you risked his indignation by reporting the underage sale. If the station sold to your son, they have probably sold to others who are underage.
Pamela January 11, 2013 at 06:10 PM
Way to go mom!!!! I hope the police are able to "convince" this place to quit selling to minors. But then, he can just get it from his friend's older siblings, older friends and worse yet, other parents! The sources just never end!!


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