The Feds Make Record Meth Bust

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(Cleveland) - A Cleveland man and two Mexican nationals are in custody charged in the largest seizure of methamphetamine in Ohio's history.  

Thirty-six year old Tyrone Rogers, 26-year old Hector Manuel Ramos-Nevarez and 24-year old Gilbert Treviso-Garcia are charged with conspiracy to posses with intent to distribute methamphetamine.  

The trio was arrested after DEA agents seized 82 pounds of crystal meth from a warehouse in the 7500 block of Olde Eight Road in Boston Heights.  

Agents also seized 60-pounds of liquid meth from the same warehouse.  Police seized the drugs on a delayed notice warrant taking the drugs without the suspects knowing.  

The suspects believed they were robbed by someone and were planning on killing the person who they erroneously believed stole the drugs from them.  

That's when investigators swooped in and made the arrests.

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