Black market cigarette case nets 12, including Cook sheriff's officer
While a Cook County Sheriff's police officer protected a black market warehouse, millions of dollars worth of untaxed cigarettes were trafficked out of the Hickory Hills location for two years, according to federal charges on Thursday.
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#1 Jun 10, 2012
Lawrence E. Draus of Peotone trafficking cigarettes. Living in his giant house with no recordable source of income. Coaching our kids in sports, we should all be proud of his actions. I will make sure that my son is NEVER on a team that he thinks he is going to coach. Here's an idea Larry, get a job like the rest of us and live a LEGAL life. You sure spent a lot of money on cigarettes while your other house was going into foreclosure.
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