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Troopers from ACP, DES, ACES and the Office of the Lawrence County Prosecutor Arrest Meth Dealers

On 09/03/2019, Troopers with the All Crimes Policing (ACP) stopped a vehicle in regards to an ongoing Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section (DES) Investigation The DES Detectives investigation identified Cody Hobbs, 33 of Bloomington as a large scale, multiple pound methamphetamine dealer Information gathered from the investigation further showed that Hobbs was supplying methamphetamine in Monroe, Lawrence, Greene and Morgan Counties  Trooper Chris Griggs was assisted by
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IDEA Officers Attended the AG’s Legislative Organization Day

Today at the Statehouse, IDEA Officers attended Attorney General Curtis Hill's Legislative Organization Day - Crime Prevention Meet and Greet  There were many Indiana Drug Enforcement Association members at today's events, and we thank all of you that were able to take time out of your busy schedules to attend             Happy
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It’s high time we took a breath from marijuana commercialization

Denver Post By BOB TROYER | Guest Commentary September 28, 2018 at 4:51 pm In 2012 we were told Colorado would lead the nation on a grand experiment in commercialized marijuana Six years later — with two major industry reports just released and the state legislature and Denver City Council about to consider more expansion measures — it’s a perfect time to pause and assess some results of that experiment Where has our breathless sprint into full-scale marijuana commercialization
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Smuggling Marijuana Out of Colorado

USA TODAY:  ARTICLE LINK to USA TODAY Trevor Hughes, USA TODAY Published 7:00 am ET May 13, 2016 | Updated 11:42 am ET May 17, 2016 DENVER – If you can dream up a way to smuggle marijuana out of Colorado, chances are someone else has already tried it: Cars and trucks Potato chip bags and jars of peanut butter The US mail Not even the sky is the limit: A pilot last year confessed he used his skydiving planes to deliver nearly a ton of pot to buyers in Texas and Minnesota, court
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