Smithfield Herald

February 7, 2014 9:22 AM

County officials kept busy pursuing moonshiners

Johnston County’s legacy of moonshining presented quite a challenge for lawmen of the region. In 1950, writer Herman D. Lawson reported that the new sheriff was finding Johnston County “hard to dry up”:

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