A Notice of Suspension was posted by agents of the California Alcoholic Beverage Control at a Thousand Palms Mexican Restaurant after agents say they were able to purchase cocaine on multiple occasions at the eatery.
Mundo’s Mexican Grill on Ramon Road had its license suspended for 30 days with a revocation stayed for 180 days to allow for a license transfer, the suspension will remain in place until the transfer, according to the ABC.
ABC posted a suspension notice at Mundo’s Mexican Grill in Thousand Palms. ABC agents were able to purchase cocaine on three separate occasions. Stay up-to-date on all the latest at ABC, including enforcement actions, responsible beverage service and more https://t.co/FoDCG3CLvb pic.twitter.com/Rkhu4qSjej
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The suspension, according to the news release, “was a result of a narcotics investigation in which ABC agents were able to purchase narcotics, specifically cocaine, directly from an officer of the corporation on three separate occasions.”
The premises was also found to be in violation of their license conditions.