Jorge Fregoso Illegal alien Employee of Mac's market & Deli Willsonville Or- Arrested selling alcohol to minors

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· Jorge Fregoso, 30-years-old from Wilsonville-Employed at Mac’s Market and Deli.
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· Mohanbir Grewal, 33-years-old from Portland-Employed at the 7-Eleven Store in Aloha. Summary of Event:
Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies with the assistance of Washington County Explorers conducted
an undercover sting where underage explorers attempted to buy alcohol from stores in Washington
County. There were many successful attempts, resulting in the arrest of the clerks who sold the alcohol.
Details of Event:
On December 22 and 29, 2009, Deputies from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office conducted an
undercover operation in conjunction with the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) where
underage Sheriff’s Explorers attempted to purchase alcohol. During the 12-hour period, 53 businesses
from all over Washington County were visited by the underage explorers who were between the ages of
18 and 19 years old. All of the explorers provided their valid Oregon State issued ID cards if requested
by the clerk.
Out of the 53 establishments, clerks in eight stores sold alcohol to the minor explorers. These clerks
were all arrested and cited for Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor. This is a Class “A” misdemeanor that
carries a possible $5,000 fine for the first conviction. The OLCC will be following up with the owners of
the businesses that sold alcohol to minors.
The following people were arrested and cited during the alcohol operation:
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· Jorge Fregoso, 30-years-old from Wilsonville-Employed at Mac’s Market and Deli.
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· Mohanbir Grewal, 33-years-old from Portland-Employed at the 7-Eleven Store in Aloha.

 

The Sheriff’s Office understands the dangers associated with underage alcohol use and works hard to
stop underage drinking. This undercover alcohol sting is one of the many programs the Washington
County Sheriff’s Office utilizes in our continuing effort to stop underage alcohol use and avoid the
potentially devastating aftermath

 

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