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The Warren County teen who was accused of running a multi-million dollar drug ring has admitted to two drug trafficking charges that are against him. The charges stem from incidents occurring in AugustMore >>
The Warren County teen who is accused of running a multi-million dollar drug ring has admitted to two drug trafficking charges that are against him.More >>
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LEBANON, Ohio (AP) - A 17-year-old Mason High School student accused of being a "drug czar" with six lieutenants is set to appear in juvenile court on Tuesday. The teenager has a choice of admittingMore >>
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Six of the seven adults allegedly involved in a large drug operation were in court on Wednesday. More >>
Tuesday, July 17 2012 3:12 PM EDT2012-07-17 19:12:45 GMT
The Warren County Drug Task Force has arrested a 17-year-old high school student for running a drug ring that was earning him about $20,000 a month. Officials are holding a press conference on MondayMore >>
The Warren County Drug Task Force says the teen was earning him about $20,000 a month selling drugs to classmates.More >>
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It took only 25 minutes for a Montgomery County jury to convict a 32-year-old man for a home invasion that left the homeowner suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. The crime happened April 8, 2013More >>
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A Hamilton man will spend the next eight years in
prison for cultivating and trafficking marijuana.
Baker, 32, was found guilty after a 2-day bench trial held in the
Warren County Court of Common Pleas. Baker was sentenced to eight years in prison, all of
which is mandatory time.
July 2012, a Warren County grand jury returned an 11-count indictment against
Baker, including three counts of trafficking in marijuana, two counts of
cultivation of marijuana, two counts of possession of marijuana and two counts
of possessing criminal tools used to harvest and cultivate marijuana. The grand jury also indicted Baker for
engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.
was one of eight individuals who were members of a large drug trafficking
organization. The organization produced
high-grade marijuana worth over $2.9 million.
The investigation into Baker's participation in the drug ring originated
with a Mason High School teenager, who admitted to his involvement and was sentenced
to six months to three years in a juvenile detention facility in October. Officers seized 600 marijuana plants, over $100,000
in cash, and several hundred grams of harvested marijuana.