U.S. customs agent among 14 nabbed in Ecstasy bust
A U.S. customs agent and his wife, an airline employee, have been charged with helping funnel guns and drug money through Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
By Christian Boone
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A U.S. customs agent from Stockbridge and his wife, a Delta employee, have been charged with helping funnel guns and drug money through Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, federal officials said Thursday.
They were arrested along with 12 others after parallel investigations also turned up $2.8 million worth of Ecstasy --- about 700,000 tabs of the amphetamine-like drug --- stored at a residence in Chamblee.
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