Indictment Returned In North Texas Heroin Ring

McKINNEY (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – Authorities say 16 people have been indicted in an undercover investigation of a heroin ring operating in North Texas.

Prosecutors on Friday announced the arrest of 10 people charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute heroin in the McKinney area.

U.S. Attorney John Bales says the investigation began in July and a sealed indictment was returned December 14. The arrests started Tuesday.

If convicted, the defendants each face up to 40 years in federal prison.

The indictment also seeks forfeiture of any property used to commit or facilitate the crimes and any proceeds of the conspiracy.

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One Comment

  1. altha says:

    OK This is the way this thing is going to play out, Indictment returned in North Texas herion ring. There are 10 people in jail for doing herion and selling but! this is what going to happen with those people. There will be very little jail time no prison time why? because some smart lawer will bring forth something the Police Officers didn’t do while searching their home or property. He will say and I quote, these are good o’boys let them go home to their families. I know they are White boys they will go home and get their Methamphetamine lab going they will never be punished.

    1. bob says:

      they are hispanic you stupid black maggot

  2. OchoaInTheStreetK says:

    My guess is that the one who recently got out of prison is the narc.

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