A collaborative effort by local, state and federal agencies took out a methamphetamine trafficking operation and resulted in the arrests of four Mexican nationals, police reported Monday.
Greenville police Chief Hassan Aden said 12 pounds of crystal methamphetamine, valued at more than $500,000, were seized late last month after multiple agencies acted on information about the trafficking and moved in on four people they allege were involved in the transportation of the narcotics.
Luis Esteban Macias Pena, 40, of Sinaloa, Mexico; Julio Cesar Medina, 35, of San Bernardino, Calif.; Jamie Lopez Contreras, 26, of Sinaloa, Mexico; and Abril Granados, 30, of Highland, Calif., all were arrested.
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