Georgia police find $3 Million worth of "Molly" in drug bust
MORROW, Ga. (AP) -- Police serving a warrant at a house in Clayton County made a major bust Thursday night, finding more than $3 million in the drug known as Molly.
The drug is a mix of Ecstasy and methamphetamine.
Police said someone tipped them off that several people were selling the drug from the house. Dozens of undercover narcotics detectives served a drug warrant at the home.
Investigators said the person inside the home on Monterey Drive had 22 kilos of Molly in a large piece of luggage.
"It's uncut. But, by the time it hits the street it has a street value of approximately $3 million," said Maj. Alan Holloway with the Clayton County Police Department.
Officers arrested at least one person at the home, but more arrests could be on the way.
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