JOHNSON COUNTY, IN (WAVE) - Dozens of suspected methamphetamine dealers are facing charges, after an investigation by the Johnson County, Indiana Prosecutor's office.
Investigators worked for three months to gather evidence against 35 people.
Johnson County Prosecutor Bradley Cooper said most of the methamphetamine confiscated during the bust is believed to have come from Mexico.
Cooper said they have not found a functioning meth lab in Johnson County in more than two years. He attributes that to tougher regulations on ephedrine sales and cheaper, more potent meth coming from Mexico.