Published: September 01, 2012 | News Blog | 462 Clicks
Authorities in Florida said the head of the company that makes Happy brand liquors was arrested for allegedly hiding dozens of barrels of alcohol.
The Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco said Atlantic Beach resident Christopher Eiras, 39, president and chief executive officer of the Liquor Group LLC, which makes Happy Brand vodka, gin and rum, allegedly concealed dozens of 55-gallon barrels of liquor from authorities to avoid having to pay taxes on the product, WJAX-TV, Jacksonville, reported Friday.
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