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Arizona Man Charged For Ecstasy Operation
Man Charged For Ecstasy Operation Near Arizona State University
Drug trafficking and manufacturing is becoming a real problem now days. There are a tons of ways to make things and it seems like people are starting the trade at a much younger age. On March 23, 2014 an Arizona Man was charged for being connected to an ecstasy manufacturing operation. This was all found near the Arizona State University campus in a student apartment.
On Wednesday, Judge Harriett Chavez has ordered the man to serve supervised probation for eighteen months. He also has to complete community service for one hundred hours. The man also revived a $3,660 fine. According to the report, the man pleaded guilty in court to the misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia.
The pill “factory” was found in December 2013. The man that was arrested on Wednesday was one of the five people who were arrested for the factory. How did the authorities find this pill factory? Well it started with a normal traffic stop along Interstate 17. The police searched the vehicle and had found a backpack which was loaded with some ecstasy pills as well as cocaine.