West Sacramento Officer Rinaldo Monterrosa, right; Jim Nasser, whose family owns A&B Liquor; and state Alcoholic Beverage Control supervising agent Kathryn Sandberg speak to the media in West Sacramento on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, to announce the launch of a program to encourage merchants to curb alcohol sales to inebriated customers.
West Sacramento Officer Rinaldo Monterrosa, right; Jim Nasser, whose family owns A&B Liquor; and state Alcoholic Beverage Control supervising agent Kathryn Sandberg speak to the media in West Sacramento on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, to announce the launch of a program to encourage merchants to curb alcohol sales to inebriated customers. Darrell Smith dvsmith@sacbee.com
West Sacramento Officer Rinaldo Monterrosa, right; Jim Nasser, whose family owns A&B Liquor; and state Alcoholic Beverage Control supervising agent Kathryn Sandberg speak to the media in West Sacramento on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, to announce the launch of a program to encourage merchants to curb alcohol sales to inebriated customers. Darrell Smith dvsmith@sacbee.com

West Sacramento, retailers join forces to curb booze sales

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