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Lounge closed for illegal sales
Boondocks found to be selling alcohol without license; 3 arrested
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    Bulloch County Sheriff's deputies, assisting the Georgia Department of Revenue, helped close down a local "lounge" and arrested three for illegal alcohol sales.
    Bulloch County Sheriff's Chief Inv. Capt. Todd Hutchens said someone complained to the Georgia Department of Revenue that proprietors of Boondocks Lounge, on U.S. 301 North in a building formerly occupied by a seafood distributor, were selling alcohol without a license.
    Deputies assisted Department of revenue Special Agent Ron Huckaby in closing down the business and arresting three they said were responsible, he said.
    Twyla Lynett Burke, 30, Packinghouse Road, was charged with sales of alcohol without a license as well as other charges stemming from outstanding warrants in Bulloch and Decatur counties.
    McKey Shawn Johnson, 38, Pamela Way, was charged with selling alcohol without a license as well. So was James Bernard Scott, 39, W.  Rushing Road Register. Scott was also charged with sale of tobacco without a license.
    The three were taken to the Bulloch County Jail to await court proceedings, he said.

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