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Category: General News
Underage Gonzaga Students Trying to Buy Alcohol
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - State liquor control agents say bouncers
and clerks have seized more than 100 bogus driver's licenses in the
past month from Gonzaga students trying to buy alcohol at Spokane
stores, taverns and bars. KXLY reports students are ordering fake
IDs online. Agents looking for fake IDs are planning undercover
stings in Spokane.