140 pounds of meth seized from warehouse in Ohio

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Two men from Mexico and one from Cleveland were arrested after 140 pounds of methamphetamine was seized in Hudson, according to ABC affiliate News Channel 5.

According to officials, this is believed to be the largest meth seizure in Ohio’s history.

Tyrone Rogers, 36, of Cleveland, Hector Manuel Ramos-Nevarez, 26, and Gilbert Treviso, 24, both of Mexico, have been charged with conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute methamphetamine.

According to News Channel 5, investigators seizes 82 pounds of crystal meth, and 60 pounds of liquid meth from a warehouse in Hudson, which is approximately 15 miles north of Akron.

Officials say the warehouse where the drugs were seized appeared to be used as a processing facility to produce, package, and distribute the drugs.

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