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Five booked into Richmond County jail for selling alcohol without a license

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AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office has arrested five people, accused of selling alcohol without a license.

Special agents with the Department of Revenue initiated arrests at Club Surreal on Highland Avenue last Friday. The agents were able to purchase a Heineken beer.

The investigation revealed that Club Surreal had been selling alcohol without a license.

Investigators took Jason Beck, Sara Morris, Martin Clinton, Crystil Allen, and Matthew Widener into custody for the suspected crimes.

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