Supermarket served with liquor licence suspension for ‘blatant disregard’ to customer’s health and safety

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A local store owner is facing charges for serving a customer under the influence in a parking lot in Jacksonville.

On Thursday afternoon, Jacksonville police released surveillance video footage showing a white Toyota Camry carrying an elderly woman get into the store’s parking lot behind about 15:30 p.m. with liquor and beer in one container.

Authorities say one person got in and out, but the other remained in the car.

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Police say the man left the woman’s body in the car.

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The woman has been identified as 67-year-old Dorothy G. Lunsford.

Lunsford’s son Jason Lunsford also is accused of making the fatal call. He’s accused of driving the car into the elderly woman while he was still drunk, according to police. The driver eventually stopped his car to allow police to identify the driver. He later told police that he made the fatal phone call.

Jason Lunsford had a permit to serve liquor from the state. He had not been arrested and is not being charged, according to police.

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Police have identified the woman as Dorothy G. Lunsford.

Investigators are still gathering evidence and reviewing all surveillance video. It could be months before charges are filed.