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Tour Bus Smugglers Busted

Jim Finnel

Fallen Cannabis Warrior & Ex News Moderator
Three men face federal charges in connection with a drug ring that used tour buses to move millions of dollars and marijuana between Detroit and Tucson.

Authorities have seized about three-point-seven (m) million dollars in cash from the drug ring in recent weeks.Terrance Lamont Davis of Tucson and two Detroit men -- Calvin C. Wiggins and James L. Reaves -- have been charged with conspiracy to distribute more than one-thousand kilograms of marijuana.The three men are being held in Tucson. They could face life in prison and up to four (m) million dollars in fines if convicted.A criminal complaint filed in federal court in Milwaukee said the ring used a Chicago-based tour bus company called Jackson Coach Lines as a front.The organization had two buses and paid people to act as passengers and drivers.The buses would travel from Chicago to Detroit, where they were loaded with large bags full of drug money.The buses would then travel to Arizona to pick up marijuana. They would stop first in Tucson, where the money would be taken from the buses and loaded into a waiting vehicle.The buses would then continue on to Phoenix, where they'd spend the night. The next day they would travel to Tucson again and fill the luggage compartments with marijuana.They would drop the drugs in Detroit before returning to Chicago.



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