Sun Press: Cleveland Heights Resident Among 12 Indicted On Drug Trafficking Charges
A dozen people from Cleveland Heights, Cleveland, South Euclid, Lyndhurst and Texas are accused of using private planes to move cocaine from Texas and other areas to Cleveland.
A Cleveland Heights resident is among a dozen indicted on drug trafficking and conspiracy charges, The Sun Press Reported.
Cleveland Heights resident Mark Anderson, 38, also known as “Floyd,” and 11 others are accused of moving cocaine from Texas, Atlanta and Chicago to Cleveland using private airplanes, the paper reported.
Federal law enforcement officials made the announcement Aug. 7, and said in a press release that they seized 24 kilograms of cocaine and $157,500 during the investigation.
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