Police in one Maryland city recently spent some time outside a restaurant that seems to be popular with people under the age of 21 -- especially on "Wine Night," which is on Mondays. The goal was to stop people from drinking and driving. Officers issued several citations during that time, and five people were even arrested for DUI.
Police dressed in plain clothes joined forces with someone from the Maryland Department of Liquor control after several complaints were received concerning assaults, DUIs and underage drinking. It was not only the patrons who were being observed, however. The restaurant was also under scrutiny that night.