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Michigan State Police Destroy Moonshine Still Found In Sumpter Township, March 30, 1959

Michigan State Police Destroy Moonshine Still Found In Sumpter Township, March 30, 1959 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1959
Caption
State Police of the Ypsilanti post Saturday smashed this still, used to make illegal "moonshine" whisky, and arrested a Detroit man found operating the equipment. The still was found in a densely wooded section of Wayne county's Sumpter Township, southeast of Willis, by (left to right) Sumpter Constable Terry Williams and Troopers William H. Lanphear and Carl W. Hulander. Sixteen barrels and the 250-gallon steel drum (center) used to make the moonshine were destroyed by the officers.
Month
March
Year
1959
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