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Sheriff’s deputy among those arrested in $2M pot bust


A Sheriff’s deputy and two men from California were arrested after a major marijuana bust in York County, Pennsylvania.

According to WGAL.com, York County District Attorney Tom Kearney announced the arrests of Tyler Long, Ryan Falsone, and Christopher Heath, who is a California sheriff’s deputy, at a news conference on Monday morning.

“Prior to the stop we were unaware of the fact that this individual was law enforcement,” Kearney said.

According to court papers, the men drove from California in two pickup trucks to deliver the drugs to a home in York County.

Police said the bust resulted in the recovery of 250 bags of marijuana. Each bag weighed about one pound.

The value of the drugs recovered is estimated to be about $2 million.

Kearny said the police also recovered $11,000 in cash, as well as Heath’s badge and service weapon.

According to court documents, Heath and Falsone admitted to driving the trucks from California to Pennsylvania.

The three men have been released on bail, which was set at $1 million each.

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