A Buford mom called police after learning her 17-year-old son had purchased alcohol from a local convenience store.
The mom said her husband had gone out to their son’s vehicle on Jan. 4 to roll up the windows because it was raining. While in the car, the husband found a receipt from a gas station that indicated a $5.81 alcohol purchase.
When confronted about the purchase, the teen reportedly replied that it was no big deal since the gas station never checks identification for alcohol purchases.
Read the full article on Buford Patch.
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