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  • Sheriff announces the largest heroin seizure in county history

    Working with ICE Homeland Security Investigations in Atlanta, the Muscogee County Sheriff's Office arrested a married couple in Columbus on charges of trafficking heroin and methamphetamine. More than 33 pounds of meth was seized, and 14.7 pounds of heroin for a street value of about $4.1 million. Another 69 pounds of meth was seized in Atlanta. Investigators say that the narcotics were made elsewhere, but were being processed in Columbus for distribution

Sheriff announces the largest heroin seizure in county history

Working with ICE Homeland Security Investigations in Atlanta, the Muscogee County Sheriff's Office arrested a married couple in Columbus on charges of trafficking heroin and methamphetamine. More than 33 pounds of meth was seized, and 14.7 pounds of heroin for a street value of about $4.1 million. Another 69 pounds of meth was seized in Atlanta. Investigators say that the narcotics were made elsewhere, but were being processed in Columbus for distribution
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer