Narcotics officers with the Columbus Division of Police said they seized nearly $1 million worth
of drugs inside an Upper Arlington home on Friday.
Officials said the raid was a continuation of a drug investigation that started on Wednesday, 10TV's Ashleigh Barry reported.
On Friday, police went through a house in Upper Arlington and allegedly found 800 pounds of marijuana in the basement along with drug ledgers.
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About 2,000 pounds of marijuana was seized on Wednedsay from a south side warehouse and a minivan during traffic stop.
Investigators said they also found about $1 million in cash in an east side home on Wednesday.
Three people were arrested Wednesday in connection with the raids.
Hector Martinez and Luis Miranda were arrested during the traffic stop for allegedly possessing
the drugs, 10TV News reported. Police said Arnaldo Miranda, the brother of one of the two arrested
in the minivan, was arrested during the raid at the east side home.
Investigators said on Friday that they do not yet know if there are more people involved.
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