BREAKING: Nearly 30 INDICTED In Massive Government Operation- Look At The SICK Thing Happening In This State

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MEMPHIS — Twenty-five people have been indicted on various felony drug and conspiracy charges following a major drug bust in Memphis.

The Memphis Police Department and Shelby County District Attorneys Office announced the results of the seven month operation named “Wait a Minute Mr. Postman” on Thursday.

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Why the odd name? Police say an employee of the U.S. Postal Service was helping gangs sell drugs.

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The mailman involved has been identified as Letravius Shaw.

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Police say the bust involved the Grape Street Crips, the Travelling Vice Lords, and the Gangster Disciples criminal gangs, according to local affiliate WREG Memphis.

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42 pounds of marijuana, 3 kilograms of heroin, 1 kilogram of fentanyl, 1.5 kilograms of cocaine, 7900 Oxycodone pills and $210,000 in cash was confiscated along with 13 guns, 33 automobiles and 3 motorcycles.

Memphis Police say that 14 people have been arrested, 11 are still outstanding.

“You often hear us talk about gangs, guns and drugs and this is an incredible visual of that intersection,” said Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich.

Organized Crime Unit officers said Shaw was willingly helping gang members bring illegal drugs into Memphis through the postal system.

“We see that the drug epidemic touches all types of people. We have all types of individuals involved,” Memphis Police Director Mike Rallings said.

Rallings and Weirch said the bust is part of a ripple effect.

“I think it bears stressing that we may never know how many individuals in our community died as a result of this poison nor may we never know how many lives have been saved today by removing this poison from the streets,” Weirich pointed out.

Investigators say four of the people indicted were also responsible for stealing and reselling Oxycodone pills from a pharmaceutical company warehouse where they worked. Some of the thefts going back to 2013.

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While Thursday marked a win for department getting more bad guys and drugs off the streets, Director Rallings said there’s still a long road ahead, asking for help from lawmakers in Nashville and the impact of allowing guns in vehicles.

He said he also needs help from the good folks in Memphis and Shelby County.

“We need everybody on board to fight the infiltration,” he said.

This is still an ongoing investigation. If you have any information about where the other suspects may be, call Crime Stoppers at 528-CASH.

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