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Father And Son Accused Of Using Business As Drug Front

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A Greensburg father and son pair are accused of using their landscaping business as a front to sell drugs.

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that 52-year-old William Bronson and his son 28-year-old Marcus Williams were arrested after selling cocaine to an undercover police informant.

The pair is accused of selling a bag of cocaine worth as much as $20,000, the newspaper wrote, in addition to selling smaller amounts of the drug on several other occasions.

Both men were arraigned Thursday on drug charges with bail set at $75,000 each, according to the Tribune-Review.

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