- Associated Press - Thursday, March 26, 2015

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Authorities say they’ve arrested four men and confiscated more than 77 kilograms of drugs and $4.5 million from a drug ring stretching from Indianapolis to Tempe, Arizona.

Federal prosecutors said Thursday that two Indianapolis men, 46-year-old Geraldo Colon and 39-year-old Darrell Fuqua, and two Mexican nationals, 26-year-old Agustin Osuna-Toquillas and 24-year-old Marco AntonioBueno-Acosta, face federal charges of conspiracy to distribute heroin and cocaine. A prosecutors spokesman says all four are in custody and likely will make initial court appearances next week.

Prosecutors say 61other people arrested since January 2013 in connection with the drug ring face federal or state charges.

They say officers have seized more than 10 kilograms of heroin, 25 kilograms of cocaine, 42 pounds of methamphetamine and 25 guns since last year in addition to the cash.

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