Campbell business cited for illegal liquor sales

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CAMPBELL, Ohio (WKBN) — A Campbell business owner and two employees are facing charges for selling alcohol without a license following an investigation by the Ohio Department of Public Safety’s Ohio Investigative Unit.

Agents began investigating the Campbell Party Shop, 223 12th St., after receiving an anonymous complaint that the bar was operating without a liquor permit.

During execution of a search warrant on March 28, state agents seized $1,692 and 4,465 bottles of beer and liquor.

James M. Jablonski, 58, of Poland, was charged with three counts of keeper of a place. Jordan A. Rogers, 31, of Youngstown, and John D. Tarr, 64, of Campbell, were charged with one count each of illegal sale of beer. The charges were filed in Campbell Municipal Court on Tuesday.

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