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32 indicted on drug charges

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HAWKINS COUNTY, TN -

32 people have pleaded guilty to various drug conspiracies related to cocaine, marijuana and oxycodone in a multi-county drug investigation.

The investigation began in 2009 and covered Greene, Sullivan and Hawkins counties.

Officials say that large quantities of oxycodone pills were obtained  from Nevada and Georgia and then brought to northeast Tenn.

More than 300 pounds of cocaine 16,000 pounds of marijuana 20,000 oxycodone pills, several firearms and $2.5 million in cash were seized.

We'll have more later tonight on WJHL.com and News Channel 11.

 

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