Moonshiners unwittingly suggested themselves, policeman says

BLADEN COUNTY, N.C. — Bladen County sheriff’s deputies contend a South Carolina man and lady after confronting mixed charges after being held selling moonlight opposite state lines, reports CBS Wilmington, N.C. associate WWAY-TV.

Sheriff James McVicker pronounced Dillen Wright, 20 and Kaytee Nielsen, 26, were arrested following a corner clandestine operation involving the Sheriff’s Office, North Carolina Alcohol Enforcement Agents (NCALE), and agents with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED).

McVicker pronounced his bureau got complaints about two people selling the moonlight around Facebook.

He pronounced the agencies set up a assembly in Clarkton, where an clandestine agent met with the sellers, who gathering up from South Carolina and delivered 8 quarts of several flavors of moonshine. After the exchange, the two were arrested but incident.

Wright and Nielsen posted $15,000 bond.

“It never ceases to dazzle me how people use social media sites like Facebook to lift on their rapist activity. This time it was a big mistake on their part,” McVicker said.

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