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Drug agents find 43 pounds of pot in mail

Source: Huntsville Police Department Source: Huntsville Police Department
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Agents with the Madison-Morgan County HIDTA Task Force, known as STAC, worked with U.S. Postal inspectors to confiscate illegal drugs being shipped through the mail.

STAC K-9 Sadie identified packages containing marijuana. She found more than 43 pounds of pot.

Agents are working to find the people responsible for these packages and hope to make arrests soon.

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