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Crime Officials Bust Drug Ring That Trafficked $2.5 Million Worth Of Methamphetamine Into Blair County

10:45  07 february  2020
10:45  07 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

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BLAIR COUNTY (KDKA) — Officials say they busted a drug ring that trafficked $2.5 million worth of methamphetamine into a local county.

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The Attorney General’s Office announced Thursday that 32 people were arrested for the sale and distribution of methamphetamine in Blair County.

The meth ring trafficked well over 94,000 doses of methamphetamine worth approximately $2,500,000 into the county in one year.

Officials said approximately 12,000 doses of meth that totaled more than $300,000 were seized in October 2019.

That was the largest seizure of meth destined for Blair County in the county’s history, officials said.

Read more about the drug bust here.

St. Pete grandma let sons operate drug ring in downtown senior complex, police say .
A closet and safe under a 64-year-old grandmother’s bed in a senior complex in St. Petersburg are not the typical spots where police find a cache of illegal dope and guns. But that’s what a federal task force found in December when it dismantled a drug-trafficking organization and arrested 11 suspects, including nine from the Sunshine City, records say. Now, recent court documents reveal how the organization used the Viridian, a senior housing complex with 188 units on Third Avenue South, as a stash house for the drugs and guns.

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