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DEA, Police Arrest 3 In Marijuana Sting

Herb Fellow

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CINCINNATI - The Warren County Sheriff's Office said it arrested three individuals on charges of possession and trafficking of marijuana. The Warren County Drug Task Force was advised by Cincinnati Drug Enforcement Administration RAC Russ Nevelle of a shipment of marijuana coming into Warren County by semi-truck from the Joplin, Mo., area.

Antonio Cabrera, 25, of Cincinnati; Federico Cabrera, 24, of Cincinnati, and Terrance L. Schooler, 22, of Cincinnati, were all charged with trafficking marijuana. The rig stopped at the Truck Stop at Interstate 75 and State Road 63. The three subjects subsequently contacted the driver and delivery was being made when they were arrested, officials said.

Four large tires and rims were in the back of the semi-trailer, and officials said they found the marijuana inside the tires. Also located were numerous bundles of packaged marijuana. The approximate weight of the drugs was 200 pounds, police said.

Teams of DEA agents from Cincinnati, Dayton and Springfield, Missouri, along with deputies from Butler and Warren counties, and local FBI agents participated in this arrest.

Source: WLWT News 5
Copyright: 2008, WLWT.com
Contact: Staff
Website: DEA, Police Arrest 3 In Marijuana Sting - Cincinnati News Story - WLWT Cincinnati
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Nug of the Month: July 2008
thats alot of weight!!!!!!! holy potatoes.

I'm sure they wont be out of prison for a long time.
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