One man faces drug charges after Minneapolis police uncovered over 40 pounds of meth in a bedroom closet.
According to the Star Tribune, 35-year-old Josue Felix Catano-Morales was arrested on Monday and faces drug sale and possession charges after a raid at his house and a south Minneapolis jewelry store that uncovered the drugs, valued at $400,000, plus $45,000 in drug proceeds.
The drugs were found in large black trash bags in the bedroom closet of Catano-Morales' home on 18th Avenue South. He directed cops to the jewelry store, where the drug proceeds and ledger were found.
The Star Tribune notes a resurgence of meth trafficking in Minnesota through a distribution network run by Mexican drug cartels. Get the full scoop from them here.
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