Wednesday, November 17, 1999

Man to face grand jury on drug-trafficking charges




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Eight ounces of cocaine will be presented as evidence to the Clermont County grand jury today following the arrest of a Columbia Township man on trafficking charges.

        Todd Love, 26, of the 5600 block of Ebersole Avenue was arrested at 7:40 p.m. Monday on a felony warrant of aggravated trafficking in drugs.

        He was apprehended in the parking lot of the Meijer store on Ohio 28 in Miami Township, Clermont County.

        Police say that Mr. Love had 8 ounces of powdered cocaine in his possession when he was arrested.

        An ounce of cocaine has a typical street value of $1,750, according to the Clermont County sheriff's office. The amount before the grand jury today is worth about $14,000.

        Assisting the Clermont County Drug Unit was the Regional Enforcement Narcot ics Unit, which consists of officers from the Hamilton County sheriff's office and the Cincinnati Police Division.

        Miami Township police and the Clermont County sheriff's office also assisted in the arrest.

       



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