DALLAS (AP) – Investigators say more than three dozen people have been charged in a North Texas-based drug trafficking ring with ties to Oklahoma.READ MORE: Authorities Search For Texas Man At Grand Teton National Park
Federal prosecutors on Friday announced the suspects face charges including conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
The indictment says the suspects since 2013 conspired to distribute methamphetamine and used stash houses to store the smuggled drugs.
Authorities say 32 of the 37 suspects have been arrested. All allegedly have ties to various white supremacist groups.READ MORE: US Supreme Court To Consider Controversial Texas Abortion Law
Prosecutors say most of the suspects are from the Dallas area. Several defendants are from Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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