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Sheriff's Office Makes Drug Bust, Three Times Over

Sheriff's Office Makes Drug Bust, Three Times Over



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Greg Neft, KSL Newsradio The Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office served three nearly simultaneous search warrants this morning and ended up with a big bust.

There's a lot of drugs: More than a pound of cocaine and a pound of meth at just one address alone.

They're still counting the drugs seized, but Capt. Jim Potter says that's not all they got. "False documentation, IDs, Social Security cards, driver licenses; we also have the transfer slips of numerous bank accounts," he said.

They also found $30,000 cash and a 2005 Ford. Potter says none of the three suspects should be in the U.S. "To our knowledge at this point, they're all undocumented," he said.

The bust was part of a year-long investigation.

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