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Police Seize 800 Pounds Of Pot


LEBANON, Tenn. – Wilson County Sheriff’s detectives confiscated more than 800 pounds of marijuana.

The sheriff’s departments received a tip and tracked the pot all the way from Mexico.

The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office got a tip from investigators that had tracked the pot all the way from Mexico.  So detectives staked out a Lebanon tire store and witnessed men unloading large bales of marijuana from a tractor trailer.

The plastic bundles were coated in grease and gear oil to try to disguise the smell.

Investigators said after the pot was loaded into a large SUV the driver drove into Rutherford County where detectives stopped it and arrested two people.

Deputies think 11 people are connected with the drug ring.

Investigators also seized three vehicles and other property.  From

A load of pot tracked to Mexico….. who would have thought… (sarasm…)


July 8, 2008 - Posted by | BOLO and Crime, Border Security, trucking | , ,

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