ANNISTON, Ala. (AP) - Anniston authorities have arrested 50
people suspected in drug crimes.
In a coordinated sweep of the city, police began knocking on
doors before dawn Tuesday, attempting to serve more than 150
Anniston police Lt. Chris Roberson said local and federal authorities were involved in the roundup.
Most of the suspects were charged with unlawful distribution of
a controlled substance.
The arrests follow a string of undercover drug purchases in the last few months, many of which were caught on video.
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