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State police: 2 arrested in Riverhead underage alcohol sting

 A cooler holds Anheuser-Busch's Budweiser and Grupo Modelo's Corona Light beers at a store.
A cooler holds Anheuser-Busch's Budweiser and Grupo Modelo's Corona Light beers at a store.
Photo by Joe Raedle

Two Long Island men have been arrested by New York State Police after they allegedly sold alcohol to a minor during a police sting operation, authorities said Wednesday.

Troopers from the Riverside Barracks visited 15 establishments Tuesday during an underage drinking enforcement operation within the Town of Riverhead.

During the sting, two clerks allegedly sold alcohol to the underage police operative. They were identified as: Kamil Krupka, 20, of Calverton, who cops said was working at the Wisla Delicacy & Deli on Main Street in Riverhead and Joseph DelCuore, 50, of Manorville, who police said was working as a clerk at Peconic Wine and Liquor on Old Country Road in Riverhead.

The men were charged with unlawful dealing with a child and prohibited sale of an alcoholic beverage.