(Euclid) - Euclid Police and federal agents have carried out a series of raids, ending a seven-month investigation into drug sales in Euclid and on the east side of Cleveland.
The investigation, called "Operation Gravy Train," resulted in indictments against 22 drug dealers, 16 of whom had been arrested when a news conference was held late Wednesday morning at Euclid City Hall.
US Attorney Justin Herdman says there was a 42-count indictment against the gang called "The Grovewood Boys".
Keith Martin, the DEA Assistant Special Agent in Charge, says the frightening thing about these drug dealers is that they said they were selling cocaine and heroin, but both of those drugs were being mixed with Carfentanyl and Fentanyl, which are much more deadly.
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