4 Nicotine E-Liquid sold to minors in the town of Brookhaven: police

CITY OF BROOKHAVEN, NY – Four people were arrested on Saturday after Suffolk police charged them with selling nicotine e-liquid to minors.

Officers from the Sixth District investigated the sales of vapers and e-cigarettes to minors at nine businesses in the town of Brookhaven after receiving numerous complaints from the community, police said.

The following four people have been charged with unlawfully treating a second-degree child, police said:

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  • Jeremiah Turpin, 22, of Mount Sinai, employee of Barcode Hookah and Smoke Shop, at 39 Route 25A, Mount Sinai.
  • Faith Bal, 50, of Nesconset, an employee of Cloud Vapor and Smoke, at 160 Route 25A, Mount Sinai.
  • John Mardos, 24, of Port Jefferson Station, an employee of Hookah City, at 2717 Route 112, Medford.
  • An 18-year-old from Selden, an employee of Hemp Cloud, at 1515 Middle Country Road, Centereach.

All four clerks have received field appearance tickets and are expected to appear in Central Islip First District Court at a later date, police said.

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