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November 5, 2010

Sheriff’s Office, District Attorney to split $575,000 seized in Interstate 30 money laundering case

GREENVILLE — The Hunt County Sheriff’s Office and the Hunt County District Attorney’s Office have more money to spend these days, thanks to an Ohio man who agreed for forfeit a stash of cash seized during a traffic stop.

Sheriff Randy Meeks said Aaron Michael Hammon, 30, of Hamilton, Ohio, was arrested Monday following a traffic stop on Hammon’s 2002 Dodge pickup. Meeks said deputies were patrolling Interstate 30 when a the truck was observed traveling westbound and committing a traffic violation at the 104 mile marker.

See the complete story in Friday's edition of the Herald-Banner.

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