A Dallas federal grand jury in Dallas has re-indicted former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd, who already is accused of trying to establish a drug-distribution network.
A Missouri automotive repair shop had an unexpected find with the SUV door it bought from a North Texas salvage yard — cocaine hidden inside the door with a street value of $150,000.
Five North Texas men have been arrested for running what prosecutors say was a North Texas drug ring selling cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamine.
A long-haul trucker from West Texas has pleaded guilty in a 2011 multistate drug-hauling ring.
Prosecutors say 18 people have been arrested in the investigation of a North Texas marijuana trafficking ring.
Jesse Tyrone Chavful pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Dallas to one count of conspiracy to possess five kilograms or more of cocaine with intent to distribute.
Former NFL receiver Sam Hurd pleaded not guilty to a new indictment accusing him of trying to obtain drugs while out on bond awaiting trial on charges of trying to start a drug ring.
A cousin of former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd has agreed to plead guilty in connection with allegations that Hurd tried to establish a drug-distribution network, according to documents filed by prosecutors.
Hurd, who has played for the Dallas Cowboys and the Chicago Bears, was arrested in December after allegedly telling an undercover officer he wanted to buy large amounts of drugs.
Recently filed federal court documents state that former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd could be ready to plead guilty to drug charges. But there is some conflicting information about the agreement.
Hurd’s bond was revoked by U.S. Magistrate Jeff Kaplan on Tuesday during a hearing attended by former teammate Marion Barber and several family members.
A Dallas man accused of working with former NFL player Sam Hurd to arrange large-scale purchases of cocaine has pleaded guilty to a federal charge.