One of these turncoats was Roy Olmstead, a former police lieutenant, soon doing brisk business as a liquor dealer in Seattle, Washington. Today, Mr. Olmstead is celebrated by Washington historians as the “King of Puget Sound” bootleggers. He was also one of the area’s biggest employers, hiring great numbers of salesmen, delivery staff, dispatchers, bookkeepers, and of course, an attorney.
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