Police Dismantle Illegal Winemaking O...

Police Dismantle Illegal Winemaking Operation

There are 10 comments on the NewsChannel5.com Nashville story from May 23, 2008, titled Police Dismantle Illegal Winemaking Operation. In it, NewsChannel5.com Nashville reports that:

Metro police uncovered an illegal winemaking operation at a home on Clarksville Pike.

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Castalian Springs, TN

#1 May 24, 2008
with everything going on in this state and in the world the police are focusing on stupid misdemeanor. oh wait now i see he was making money and government thugs were not getting their cut. how about rounding up the illegal immigrants commiting violent crime? leave the winos alone.

Lebanon, TN

#2 May 24, 2008
I think there are bigger crimes/problems to worry about than somebody making homemade wine. For example, like a stupid bunker at the govenor's mansion that cost $12 million, what a freaking joke. I'm pretty sure that money could be put to a much better purpose like helping the homeless or better yet helping the 2000 state employees that are going to be unemployed keep their jobs. I must say that I am not surprised that stopping a homemade wine "scandal" is more important than focusing on all of the other crime that goes on in this city, but it still is annoying to read about it in the headlines.

Nashville, TN

#3 May 24, 2008
why does the government have to be all up in each individuals business? were they just not getting a cut of his income?
bet you new

United States

#4 May 24, 2008
unreal,and it was probably keeping him from being homeless on top of it all, nothing like adding to the homeless people in this state, bye the way dont you thank for a minute that when the people come to our city to visit the last thing they want to see is more homeless people.

Nashville, TN

#5 May 25, 2008
I didn't even get a chance to taste it. lol. darn.

Springfield, TN

#6 May 25, 2008
Buy it by the gallon
Buy it by the quart
Buy Blackberry ,your doing things smart!

Jasper, GA

#7 May 25, 2008
Thank goodness we got him off the streets. My tax money put to great use....What a joke...
Good Wine

Olive Branch, MS

#8 May 25, 2008
Here they go, messing up a good thing again. "Germantown" has for many years been known for some of the best hom made wine to ever be made. Many years ago, as a kid, I remember going there with my Dad and uncle to get a jug or two for holiday season. Wine making was legal if made for your own consumption but was illegal to make for sale. I hope Mr. Krantz continues his trade, for his own consumption next time.

Nashville, TN

#9 May 25, 2008
how can they find this,but not illegal aliens?

Cookeville, TN

#10 May 25, 2008
Why did they have to invade his home..he was selling wine,big deal let me tell you!!. Great way to go wasting the tax payers money.Put your law enforcement "skills" to good use, go after people selling and manufacturing methamphetamines, go after child predators, illegal aliens commiting crimes,..solve the homeless crisis...For GOD SAKES...Just do SOMETHING productive...THAT DOESNT WASTE OUR MONEY!!!

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