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CAPTION:
SCDOR vs. Li'l Cricket Food Stores, Inc., et al

AGENCY:
South Carolina Department of Revenue

PARTIES:
Petitioners:
South Carolina Department of Revenue

Respondents:
Li'l Cricket Food Stores, Inc., and Li'l Cricket Food Stores, Inc., d/b/a Li'l Cricket Store #302
 
DOCKET NUMBER:
00-ALJ-17-0130-CC

APPEARANCES:
n/a
 

ORDERS:

CONSENT ORDER OF DISMISSAL

This matter is before the court based on the issuance by the South Carolina Department of Revenue, of citations and a Final Department Determination to the Respondents for, inter alia, a violation of S.C. Code Ann. § 12-21-2804(c) which occurred on or about July 30, 1999. Respondents appealed the Final Department Determination seeking review of the violations charged and the penalties imposed.

It appears the Department and the Respondents have resolved all issues in this case without the necessity of a hearing. Their resolution is incorporated in this order.

1. The Respondents hereby agree to the immediate revocation of Type III Coin operated device machines licenses #3022386 (exp. 2000), #3022387 (Exp. 2000), #3022388 (Exp. 2000), #3022389 (exp. 2000), and #3022390 (exp. 2000) but the forefeiture of such licenses is unnecessary since they have expired; to cease (no later than June 22, 2000) all video poker/gaming at the Li'l Cricket Store #302 located at 4160 Dorchester Road in Charleston, South Carolina for a period of six months commencing on June 22, 2000; to remove all video poker/gaming machines from the location for a six month period commencing on June 22, 2000; and to the suspension of the video games licensed establishment license #85506264-5 for a period of six months beginning Jue 22, 2000.

2. Based upon the foregoing considerations, the Department agrees to waive all remaining matters and penalties sought against the Respondents in the above-captioned case, and the Department agrees to dismiss the alleged violations severed by court order dated April 20, 2000.

3. The parties further agree that as it pertains to the above-captioned case, this constitutes the full and final resolution of this matter between the Department and the Respondents.

I find the agreement between the Department and Respondents to be fair and equitable, approve the agreement, and hereby Order its adoption. The Court retains continuing jurisdiction to enforce the terms of this Order. Therefore, in consideration of the foregoing, this case is dismissed.

AND IT IS SO ORDERED.





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CAROLYN C. MATTHEWS

Administrative Law Judge





June 7, 2000

Columbia, South Carolina



WE SO MOVE:



SC DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

by: Michael K. Kendree, Esquire



WE SO CONSENT:



NELSON MULLINS RILEY & SCARBOROUGH

by: Zoe Sanders Nettles, Esquire


Brown Bldg.

 

 

 

 

 

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