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Limousine Company Honored for Halting Prom Drinking Episode

LCT Staff
Posted on June 15, 2005

PORTLAND, MAINE — The owners of a South Portland-based limousine service were honored for their tough stance on underage drinking. The Cumberland County prosecutor presented a citizenship award to Lilley's Limousine for confiscating alcohol that a group of teenagers broke out last month during a ride to the Greely High School prom. The driver then halted the ride, called the parent who hired the limousine and then ferried the 18 youngsters back home.

District Attorney Stephanie Anderson applauded the company's no-drinking policy, calling it appropriate, effective and pro-active. Anderson presented the award to limousine company co-owners Dan DeCosta and Jeff Coffin. She was joined at the ceremony outside the Portland courthouse by local police chiefs.

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