See which Cumberland Mall businesses sold booze to minors during sting


Cobb County police ran a sting on 10 establishments Tuesday.

Six passed and four failed, according to police. It appears the sting focused on the Cumberland area.

See who passed and failed in late August when police ran stings in the Acworth and Mableton areas.

Here's what places passed near Cumberland:

Cinco Mexican Cantina, 2851 Akers Mill Road

Rite Aid, 2498 Cumberland Parkway

Chuck E Cheese's, 2990 Cumberland Parkway

The Cheesecake Factory, 1609 Cumberland Mall

Quik Trip, 2804 Paces Ferry Road

China Moon, 2810 Paces Ferry Road

And here's who failed:

Akers Mill Food Mart, 2243 Akers Mill Road

JP Cobb, 2756 Cobb Parkway

F20 (Fresh to Order) Cumberland, 1260 Cumberland Mall

PF Chang's China Bistro, 1624 Cumberland Mall

» Cumberland Mall will add four new retailers


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