$101K in meth found in cooler


Highlights

A man from Norcross was indicted on methamphetamine tracking charges after a four-year investigation.

After a four-year investigation, a Norcross man was arrested in Hall County on methamphetamine tracking charges, according to a media report.

Ricardo Torres-Avalos, 36, had an estimated $100,000 in meth in a drinking cooler, narcotics squad officer Lt. Don Scalia told the Gainesville Times.

Authorities have been investigating Torres-Avalos since 2012, the paper reported. He was indicted in June.

Torres-Avalos posted bond Tuesday at the county jail, according to the report.

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