3 indicted in federal drug case arrested in Wyoming

2010-12-09T09:12:00Z 2010-12-09T09:14:22Z 3 indicted in federal drug case arrested in WyomingThe Associated Press The Associated Press
December 09, 2010 9:12 am  • 

JACKSON -- Immigration officials say three of the five people indicted in a federal drug case in Wyoming last month have now been arrested.

The latest arrests came Tuesday when U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents helped arrest two of the suspects in Jackson as part of a joint operation with state and local authorities.

Seven others were also arrested in the course of the operation, including three accused of immigration violations.

Of the five people indicted in the federal case on cocaine-related charges, four are Mexican citizens and one is American.

 

 

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