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Alaska State Troopers say pilot helped in bootlegging

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Posted: Saturday, March 2, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 1:27 pm, Sat Mar 2, 2013.

FAIRBANKS — Prosecutors accuse a Fairbanks pilot and business owner of being “willfully blind” to the illegal alcohol carried in his Cessna 206 on numerous trips to dry or damp communities in Northwestern Alaska.

Members of the Statewide Drug Enforcement Unit had been watching Ken Jouppi, 69, and his Ken Air charter business since summer 2010 when he reportedly made 10 flights for a bootlegger taking alcohol to Ambler and Shungnak, according to a series of affidavits the drug unit used to get search warrants of Jouppi’s home, business, plane and bank account.

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