Friday, July 18
(Cincinnati, OH) -- A drug ring that operated out of Ohio prisons is out of commission. The Hamilton County Sheriff said today that it busted a large-scale heroin and cocaine operation that used NFL teams as code names to avoid detection. Suspects reportedly referred to cocaine as the "Colts," heroin as the "Steelers," and marijuana as the "Green Bay Packers." Officials say it was masterminded by an inmate currently locked up and a former inmate now believed to be in Mexico.