More than $20,000 in fines given to Utah bars, restaurants

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SALT LAKE CITY – More than $20,000 in fines have been brought against four Utah bars and restaurants, according to data from the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

The fines stem from violations like over-serving customers and selling alcohol to customers who are underage.

The establishments fined include, the Star Saloon Tavern, Lindzee O-Michaels Mixologists, Mi-Tenampa and The Fox Hole.

FOX 13 News’ Caroline Connolly took a closer look at the issue, see the video above for her report.