UNION SPRINGS, Ala. (AP) -- State liquor agents have destroyed their fourth moonshine still this year in Bullock County.
The Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board reports its agents found a still in a heavily wooded area east of Union Springs. Agents used information gathered from the public and from previous investigations. The rural county in central Alabama has a long history of illegal moonshine.
The ABC Board says the most recent of the four stills had 13 barrels and was capable of producing 91 gallons of moonshine a week. No arrest has been made, but agents say they are looking for a person of interest.