Bars can use black lights to see holograms on licenses in addition to swiping them through a scanner to make sure they are not fake. Police in State College are trying to crack down on underage drinking as students return for the fall semester.
Bars can use black lights to see holograms on licenses in addition to swiping them through a scanner to make sure they are not fake. Police in State College are trying to crack down on underage drinking as students return for the fall semester. CDT photo
Bars can use black lights to see holograms on licenses in addition to swiping them through a scanner to make sure they are not fake. Police in State College are trying to crack down on underage drinking as students return for the fall semester. CDT photo

Police stress enforcement of underage drinking laws

August 24, 2014 07:20 PM

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