Orange County

Fentanyl, cocaine trafficking ring dismantled in Orange County

ORLANDO, Fla. — A large drug trafficking ring has been dismantled, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office tweeted Monday.


The Sheriff’s Office said Lizandro Martinez Ramos and his 12 co-conspirators were part of a drug trafficking organization that distributed fentanyl and cocaine in Orange County.

The agency said it seized three guns, almost $200,000 in assets and more than 3 kilos of fentanyl.

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The arrests were the culmination of a months-long investigation, investigators said.

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