Police Lodge In D.C. Settles Inquiry Over Unpermitted Liquor Sales

A fraternal police lodge in D.C. whose members were accused of selling and shipping hundreds of bottles of Jack Daniel’s whiskey without proper permits has agreed to new oversight and spending controls as part of a settlement with the D.C. attorney general’s office, according to a written legal agreement obtained by The Washington Post.

The deal also requires officers of the nonprofit Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 1 to “cooperate with the District’s continuing investigation” of D. Michael Kruggel, who led “the Jack Daniel’s Fundraising Committee” that started selling the whiskey in 2017 to rescue the then-financially troubled organization.

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