This year, troopers have removed more than 100 pounds of heroin from Ohio’s roadways — more than twice as much compared to 2017 year-to-date.
Also seized at Ohio warehouse were more than $500,000 in cash, two stolen firearms and multiple vehicles, including the semi-truck.
FRANKLIN — Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers filed felony drug charges against a Michigan man and woman after a traffic stop in Warren County, produced nearly $18,000 worth of drugs.
Woman, 27, faces first-degree felony charges after following-too-closely violation leads to drug bust.
More than 36,000 pounds of cocaine was seized in 17 interdictions by five different cutters during a several-week span.
Man, 34, considered to be “the main person” turns himself into Norwalk police.
“Nasty drug” known for causing violent crimes has made its way to the Maple City.
One man, one woman arrested, two dogs taken away
Motorist from Mexico without a valid driver’s license is stopped for following a vehicle too closely on the turnpike, leading to $168,120 drug bust.
Marijuana, meth, $10,000 in cash and guns snatched in traffic stop appeared to originate in Calif. or Ore.
Stolen property from a recent burglary also was found on Fruen Street.
The Norwalk Police Department combined efforts with the Willard Police Department and Huron County Sheriff’s Office, all members of the 10-county METRICH drug task force.
Willard police also seize drug-related items at the residence.
Cash, meth, heroin and other items seized
More arrests are expected as a result of the Old State Road bust.