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Frankfort Police: Two Men Arrested For Mailing Marijuana

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 7/28/2012 12:19 am
Frankfort Police say they made a pot bust through the mail.

With help from the Postal Service, investigators say they confiscated 2 packages that were sent from California to 2 separate motels in Frankfort.

Police say marijuana was inside.

They also say they seized some cash.

But the investigation didn't end there.

Police arrested 2 men in the case.

Cody Van Martin the 3rd from Brentwood, California and Frank Couch, Junior from Madisonville, Kentucky face charges in the case.
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