13 arrests, 250 lbs. of pot caught up in Md. smuggling bust
Authorities in Harford County say they have broken up a major marijuana-smuggling ring.
The sheriff's office say 13 people have been charged, more than 250 pounds of marijuana and $400,000 have been seized.
Officials say 51-year-old Antonio Boston, of Aberdeen, was the ringleader. Boston was indicted Tuesday.
Lt. Lee Dunbar of the sheriff's office says those charged aren't street-level dealers, but wholesalers, and their arrests have put a dent in the supply of illegal drugs in the county.
-- Associated Press
Washington Post Editors
April 2, 2010; 8:22 AM ET
Categories: Maryland , Narcotics
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