BISMARCK, North Dakota — A Bismarck man is accused in a drug conspiracy that involves methamphetamine that was moved between California and North Dakota.
Bruce Freeman is charged in federal court with conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. A preliminary hearing is set for March 13.
The affidavit says the drug ring involves "multi-pound quantities" of meth and accuses Freeman of receiving shipments both through the mail and in person. Authorities say one package delivered to a post office box registered to Freeman had two stuffed animals that contained bags of meth.
A federal public defender could not be reached for comment.
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