Report: Tempe bar didn't log IDs at college party
Arizona State University
Web Producer: Taylor Higgins
PHOENIX (AP) - The bar where an Arizona State University student was last seen cannot prove that employees checked the identifications of patrons buying alcohol at a sorority party.
An Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control's investigation, released this week to The Arizona Republic, concluded that ASU student Jack Culolias attended a sorority party at Cadillac Ranch at Tempe Marketplace on Nov. 30, where the 19-year-old freshman drank alcohol and used a credit card to buy an alcoholic beverage.
But the report says the bar was not using its ID log properly and can't prove employees checked any of the IDs.
Culolias disappeared after he was told to leave the bar when he urinated on the balcony. His body was pulled from an area of the Salt River two weeks later.
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