ERIE — The Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement office cited three Bradford establishments in April, two for violating COVID-related mandates.

The cited establishments are Players Downtown, The City Line and Viola’s Restaurant. All of the alleged liquor law violations occurred on Feb. 6.

According to the bureau, Players did not require all customers to wear face masks when traveling through the establishment, did not provide masks for employees to wear or require employees to wear masks, served alcohol to a patron for on-premises consumption in a transaction that did not include a meal and allowed a patron to sit at the bar.

The City Line did not provide masks for employees or require employees to wear masks, served alcohol to a patron for on-premises consumption in a transaction that did not include a meal and allowed a patron to sit at the bar, the bureau reported.

At Viola’s, the establishment furnished alcoholic beverages to two visibly intoxicated patrons, according to the bureau.

The charges against all three will go before an administrative law judge. The judge has the ability to impose penalties ranging from $50 to $5,000, as well as to impose a license suspension or revocation. The judge can mandate training for the licensee on the requirements of being a licensee.

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