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(KSL News) Today the man who may have been the kingpin of a major ecstasy-dealing ring in Utah appears in federal court.
Long Ngo, 31, is accused of buying ecstasy pills in California, then giving them to suppliers for distribution.
Ngo was arrested Tuesday after an eight-month investigation. Authorities found nearly 6,000 pills in Ngo's home as well as cash and guns.
They say Ngo's ring dealt nearly 100,000 tablets of ecstasy with a street value of $2 million.