DEA Confiscates Three Kilos of Cocaine in Central Lubbock - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/27/06

DEA Confiscates Three Kilos of Cocaine in Central Lubbock

Three kilos of cocaine and fifty pounds of marijuana - That's how much was seized during a drug raid in Central Lubbock, Monday.

NewsChannel 11 was the only station on the scene when DEA agents raided the home in the 3900 Block of Avenue R. It started with an arrest at the E-Z Mart at 39th and Avenue Q. Undercover agents arrested one man there with half a kilogram of cocaine. A search warrant of his home led to the additional drugs and four more arrests.

The suspects made their first appearance in federal court Tuesday.

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