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With the help of volunteer teenagers, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office arrested three men late on the night of Aug. 3 for giving alcohol to someone under 21.
At 11:36 p.m., a juvenile who had volunteered to help the Sheriff's Office asked Jorge Luis Alicea, 50, to buy alcohol at 191 Cypress Point Parkway. Alicea went in the store and bought a four-pack of Bud Light and received $8 in change from the juvenile.
Alicea then left the area and was stopped by deputies, who transported him to the Flagler County Inmate Facility for the misdemeanor offense.
A similar scenario that night led to the arrests of Max Martino, 21, at 6125 E. State Road 100, and Yurity Valentimovich Skorokhod, 29, at 890 Palm Coast Parkway S.W.
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