ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Annapolis Police cited seven underaged drinkers after they were found to have fake IDs at downtown bars Saturday.

Officers conducted checks at several are bars looking for underaged drinkers.

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Three 19-year-old woman from Arnold were found at a bar in the 100 block of Main Street drinking alcohol. Two of the women had fake IDs, while one of the women showed a driver’s license that belonged to someone else. All three women were cited for possession false documentation with the intent to obtain alcohol while under 21 years old.

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Another bar in the unity block of Dock Street, officers found four underaged drinkers, two 18-year-od men from Severna Park, a 17-year-old Millersville boy and a 17-year-old Odenton girl. They all had fake IDs.

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The teens were released to a guardian and the two 18-year-olds were cited for possessing false documentation with the intent to obtain alcohol while under 21 years old.