A Mexican restaurant in Dalton, Ga., has been operating as the hub of a cocaine distribution operation, Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office officials said today.
Four people — including the owner of Los Caporales Mexican Restaurant at 601 Fleming St. — were arrested after a series of search warrants were executed simultaneously Monday morning, Sheriff Scott Chitwood said in a news release.
Restaurant owner Ruben Ramos-Mendez, 37; Luis Sierra, 22; Esmerelda Sierra, 21; and Lorenzo Terrazas-Garcia, 39, all have been arrested and charged with trafficking in cocaine and possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.
All four are being held in the Whitfield County Jail, authorities said.
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