Walter Rabon Jr., a deputy commissioner for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, was arrested earlier this month in Jasper County after police found him outside of his just-wrecked car.  His blood alcohol content was found to be .156, well above the legal limit, and he was taken to jail.  Now drunk driving is to be frowned upon, but what’s more interesting is that 14 bottles of illegal moonshine were also found on the scene, nine intact in his car and five more smashed in the accident.  Most people these days associate moonshining with a bygone era of banjo tunes and pigs squealing, but apparently the practice is alive and well in some parts of the state.  For being the world’s worst moonshine runner, (and for drunk driving, tsk tsk) Rabon’s ship is SINKING…

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