Twenty suspected drug dealers are behind bars after an early morning round-up by several law enforcement agencies on Wednesday.
Those arrested are charged with federal drug violations ranging from possession of crack cocaine with intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine.
The arrests result from a four-month-long investigation of what officers call drug trafficking groups. Officers identify the groups as being the major source of crack cocaine in Harrison and Stone Counties.
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