During a warehouse raid in Nashville, and Lynchburg Tennessee, officials grabbed up 2,400 bottles of Jack Daniels whiskey. The whiskey, some of which is almost 100 years old, is to be just poured down a drain, since it was sold without license.
Investigators are determining whether the hooch was stolen from the distillery. Tenn. law states officials must destroy whiskey that can't be sold in state. One bottle seized had an unbroken seal and dated to 1914.
Another raid, that was in a Nashville hotel, room netted bottles being sold and drinks being served. The booze is estimated at $1 million value.