Two Rockland residents were busted Thursday with more than 60 pounds of hydroponic marijuana following an investigation by a network of agencies, according to the Rockland County sheriff's office.
The drugs, valued at more than $300,000, were intercepted through U.S. Customs from Canda en route to three locations in Rockland County, said Rockland County Sheriff's Office Chief William Barbera.
Taking part in the take-down included the Rockland County Sheriff's Office working in conjunction with the Department Homeland Security, Ramapo Police, South Nyack/Grandview Police, Piermont Police, Suffern Police, and the N.J. Palisades Interstate Parkway Police.Meifeng Pan-Zheng, 39, and Pan Fei, 45, were charged with felony criminal possession of marijuana. Pan Fei was also charged with two counts of two counts of criminal possession of marijuana.
Police also seized $10,000 in U.S. and Canadian currency, Barbera said.
Both bonded out of the Rockland County Jail on $10,000 bail.
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