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The Michigan Liquor Control Commission recently ordered the suspension of the license of the Dairy Mart at 2375 Grove Road to start on March 18. Hamati said he primarily manages the Textile Road location and previously left management of the Grove Road store, where the sales to minor occurred, to an employee. He said he recently fired all his employees, hired a new manager and spends more time at the Grove Road location, He also said he has taken significant steps to improve both buildings. The previous manager of the Grove Road store sold alcohol to minors on three different occasions within 24 months, the Liquor Control Commission determined. Three incidents with 24 months is grounds for suspension or revocation of a liquor license per LCC rules.
The sales occurred during Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department sting operations in December 2009 and June 2010. The deputy overseeing the sting testified at a Liquor Control Commission hearing that the Grove Road manager twice tried to bribe him.