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  • Hearing continued for one of two men charged with trafficking in cocaine

    Columbus Recorder's Court Judge Julius Hunter continued Wednesday afternoon a hearing for Kenneth James,49, until Friday morning at 9 a.m. after James requested time so he and his family can hire a private attorney of their choice to defend him. James was arrested Oct. 16 along with Marcus Terrell Marshall,33, and has been charged with trafficking in cocaine. Police and agents seized approximately 26.45 pounds of powder cocaine with an estimated street value of approximately $1 Million during the operation.

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