District Attorney Tom Hogan has busted 44 suspected dopers for their alleged roles in a cocaine ring tied to Mexican cartel La Familia which had been operating for the last 20 years in Chester County, PA, and the sneaky narcos apparently had day jobs to provide cover as reported by KYW-TV:
"These guys are going to be working in mushroom houses. They are going to be working in blue collar jobs. They are going to be working in auto repair shops. They are going to be working in landscaping jobs during the day," Hogan said.
The accused ringleader is Salvador "El Viejo" Lemus who allegedly "stayed under the radar by running a landscaping company out of Maryland."
In addition to the arrests law enforcement seized $60 million worth of the white powder.