CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. – More than 32 pounds of marijuana was seized after investigators in Clinton County tracked a package carrying the drug via mail.
Shortly after learning about the upcoming delivery, the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office and the United States Postal Inspector’s Office began tracking the package set to be sent to a home.
Once the delivery was made to the northwestern Clinton County home and became mobile, officers made a traffic stop where the drugs were seized.
Chief Deputy Joseph Mink said the investigation is ongoing.
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