A-year long investigation came to an end in Richmond on Tuesday with nearly two dozen people arrested. Undercover officers bought thousands of dollars in drugs from cocaine, meth, marijuana and prescription pills from 34 different people.
Tuesday, police began serving indictment warrants on those people. At the end of the day, more than half had been arrested.
If convicted on drug trafficking charges, many could face several years in prison.
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