MN DNR to crack down on underage drinking on Brainerd ice

A grant from the Minnesota Institute of Public Health will
enable conservation officers with the Minnesota Department of
Natural Resources (DNR) to focus on illegal underage alcohol
consumption that occurs in the outdoor recreation arena.

Conservation officers have routinely encountered underage
consumption violations when conducting routine angling license
checks on the ice. During the approaching holiday season, local
conservation officers will be working throughout the Brainerd lakes
area and focusing on those areas that have had issues of illegal
underage consumption violations in the past.

The Minnesota Institute of Public Health provided the alternative
alcohol enforcement funding through the “Enforcing Underage
Drinking Laws Program” of the Minnesota Department of Public
Safety.

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