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Officials in Loraine County, Ohio (Cleveland) arrested thirty individuals involved in a family-run cocaine operation.
The family business was run out of Grandma's garage, reports say.
The arrests were reported March 18, 2015.
From Fox8.com we read:
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Thirty people have been arrested for a family-run cocaine ring in Lorain County.
The Elyria Police Narcotics Unit, Lorain Police Narcotics Bureau and the Lorain County Sheriff’s Drug Task Forced started investigating the Burns, Milton and Tillman families for cocaine trafficking in February.
Detectives executed 12 search warrants on Friday and another five on Monday. Elyria police said during the raids, they seized more than 3,300 grams of cocaine, 20 grams of heroin, more than 97 grams of marijuana, five handguns, 10 cars and more than $84,100 in cash.
According to the police department, Jarvis Burns, 33, and his cousin, Travis Milton, 32, ran their drug business out of their grandmother’s Elyria home. All of the suspects are related to each other.
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