Three people were arrested in a NYS Liquor Authority compliance check conducted today by Riverhead Town Police, according to a press release issued by police tonight.
Arrested on charges of unlawfully dealing with a child in the first degree were: Hasam Goksin, 54, of Riverhead; Ana Duran, 45, of Riverhead, and Asif Mehmood, 30, of Cutchogue, according to the release.
Police said the three were arrested at Aquebogue Mini Mart, 640 Main Rd., Aquebogue, 7-Eleven, 162 Old Country Rd., Riverhead, and Empire, 640 Old Country Rd., Riverhead. Police did not specify the locations of the arrests.
The following locations were checked and found to be in compliance, police said:
American Gas, 1427 Main Rd. Jamesport
Speedway 870 Old Country Rd. Riverhead
7 Eleven 1050 Old Country Rd. Riverhead
Citco 1050 Osborne Ave. Riverhead
7 Eleven 1733 Old Country Rd. Riverhead
Speedway, 1879 Old Country Rd. Riverhead
Bolla Market, 3075 Rt 25 Calverton
76, 4123 Rt 25 Calverton
Exxon, 4670 Rt 25 Calverton
Valero, 4904 Rt 25A Calverton
Speedway, 6305 Rt 25A Wading River
Riverhead Supermarket and Deli, 945 West Main St. Riverhead
Time to Eat, 123 W. Main St. Riverhead
Riverhead Stationary, 407 East Main St. Riverhead
Mobil, 415 East Main St. Riverhead
OK Petro, 1212 East Main St. Riverhead
These checks are part of an ongoing effort by the Riverhead Town Police Department to ensure New York State Liquor Authority and penal law compliance for the sale of alcohol to minors, Riverhead Town Police said.
Editor’s note: A criminal charge is an accusation. By law, a person charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.