News: Clark Co. Liquor Charges (6 Oct. 1927)

Contact: Ken Wood

Surnames: Reinhardt, Krainc, Celesnik, Schoengarth

----Sources: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood Co., Wis.) Thursday; Oct. 6, 1927


Brought to Neillsville By Deputies From Northern Part Of County

Ernest Reinhardt of the town of Meade, Anton Krainc of the town of Hendren, and George Celesnik of the town of Hendren were arrested on a moonshine charge and brought to Neillsville yesterday by the deputies from the northern part of the county. All three were placed under $500 bonds and bound over to circuit court by Judge A. W. Schoengarth. Each furnished his bond and was allowed to go home with instructions to be back October 17, for the opening of circuit court.

A 10 gallon keg of illicit liquor was taken from Ernest Reinhardt.

A 10 gallon still, a copper coil, and three gallons of illicit liquor were taken from Anton Krainc.

A copper coil, a copper still, a sample of illicit liquor, 10 gallons of mash, and one pint sample of liquor, which was destroyed, were taken from George Celesnik.

All this material and equipment is held at the court house, with the exception of the extra pint sample of liquor which was destroyed. Circuit court opens a week from Monday, October 27.



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