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Daily Court Reporter - News Eleven people indicted for roles in conspiracy to distribute synthetic narcotics into federal prison by soaking paper in the drugs and then sending the drug-infused paper into prison as mail and other

 

Eleven people indicted for roles in conspiracy to distribute synthetic narcotics into federal prison by soaking paper in the drugs and then sending the drug-infused paper into prison as mail and other

Eleven people were indicted for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute synthetic narcotics in federal prison by soaking paper in the drugs and then sending the drug-infused paper into prison as mail and other documents.

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Date Published: February 14, 2019

 

The United States Attorneys Office Northern District of Ohio

 

Member of Dayton carjacking conspiracy pleads guilty

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UD’s Jake Gilkison finishes in top five at Rutherford Intercollegiate

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Attorney suspended for having sex with client, soliciting prostitution

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Ohio 529 top of charts for long-term performance

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BGSU research team sheds light on penguin evolution

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