- Associated Press - Wednesday, January 15, 2014

DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP) - Dodge City police arrested six people for allegedly selling liquor from their homes.

Police Chief Craig Mellecker says the four women and two men were arrested Sunday for sales in four separate homes. He says they were selling alcohol after hours and on days when alcohol sales are illegal, as well as selling to minors.

Mellecker says investigators found single cans of alcohol, 12-packs, 30-packs and two bottles of tequila, along with $2,711 in cash.

The six people face multiple counts of furnishing alcohol to a minor, evasion of liquor tax, selling alcohol with no license and nuisances of place and property.

Two also are charged with child endangerment and contributing to a child’s misconduct after they allegedly allowed their minor child to sell alcohol for them.

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