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Fri November 6, 2009
Two Arrested for Moonshine in Livingston County
By Angela Hatton
Grand Rivers, KY – Two Livingston County men face charges after Kentucky State Police officers found a moonshine operation at a residence near Grand Rivers. State police and Livingston County sheriff's officers were following up on a drug investigation yesterday when they found a moonshine still in operation. Police say they found items used to make moonshine and to grow marijuana, as well as several firearms. Twenty-two-year-old Kyle Beverly of Grand Rivers was charged with having an apparatus for unlawful manufacturing of an alcoholic beverage, trafficking in marijuana and other drug offenses. Another man, 51-year-old Thomas Beverly, was cited for having an apparatus for unlawful manufacturing of an alcoholic beverage.