A federal grand jury in Southern California has indicted three Orange County residents for allegedly conspiring to sell large quantities of methamphetamine in Garden Grove, Cypress and Buena Park.
Drug dealing apparently isn't a new endeavor for these defendants, who–before this case–had a combined 12 prior arrests, according to federal and state records.
[Note: The original version of this article incorrectly stated the defendants had entered not guilty pleas. As of Dec. 3, 2012, they haven't made any declarations.]
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