BLAIR COUNTY (KDKA) — Officials say they busted a drug ring that trafficked $2.5 million worth of methamphetamine into a local county.
The Attorney General’s Office announced Thursday that 32 people were arrested for the sale and distribution of methamphetamine in Blair County.READ MORE: Teenager Killed In Late-Night Brookline Shooting
The meth ring trafficked well over 94,000 doses of methamphetamine worth approximately $2,500,000 into the county in one year.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Weather: Storm Chances Simmer Down, Chances Of Rain Remain
Officials said approximately 12,000 doses of meth that totaled more than $300,000 were seized in October 2019.
That was the largest seizure of meth destined for Blair County in the county’s history, officials said.MORE NEWS: Seneca Valley School Board Votes To Remove Mascot, Native American Imagery
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