Fed and Ohio Law Enforcement Arrest 35 Alleged DTO Members

The Federal Docket

March 18, 2020

The DOJ announced that it had charged 35 individuals with drug conspiracy charges based on allegations that they were members of an alleged drug trafficking organization (“DTO”) in the Mansfield, Ohio area.

Through four separate indictments, the defendants are charged with distributing heroin, meth, cocaine, fentanyl and fentanyl analogues, carfentanil, marijuana, oxycodone, and crack.

Click here to read the DOJ’s press release.

Click here to learn about drug conspiracy charges and the available defenses against them.

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