Inspector General for the Oregon Department of Corrections Craig Prins was unanimously appointed as interim director of the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission amidst a criminal investigation into the agency.

Inspector general for Oregon’s Department of Corrections Craig Prins has been appointed as the interim director for the state’s Liquor and Cannabis Commission, replacing current director Steve Marks.

Marks was one of at least five commission leaders named in an internal ethics violations investigation.

First reported by the Oregonian, Marks and other executives at the OLCC were reprimanded for obtaining rare bottles of expensive bourbon and liquor using their knowledge and position. The investigation determined that the practice had occurred for at least eight years and involved lawmakers.

Lawmaker involvement:Oregon lawmakers may have received rare bourbon. Now the DOJ is investigating

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