Police in Toledo say they've made one of their
largest Ecstasy busts ever.
Authorities have arrested a Jackson, Miss. man who had about
18,700 pills estimated to be worth $374,000 on the street.
Investigators said 27-year-old Mario Anton Jones was arrested in
downtown Toledo yesterday afternoon.
They said Jones was preparing to bring the drugs from Toledo to
He's charged with two counts of trafficking in dangerous drugs
and two counts of possession of dangerous drugs.
Jones was arraigned in Toledo Municipal Court on Friday and was
being held on a $100,000 bond Saturday. He's due back in court next
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