Cisco Trucking Raided by DEA, City; No City License; Allegedly Exchanged Drugs for Labor

Updated 14 weeks ago Edited by Tony Rutherford from Multiple Reports
Cisco Trucking Raided by DEA, City; No City License; Allegedly Exchanged Drugs for Labor

Cisco Trucking in Huntington has been raided and shut down by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency and the Huntington Police Department. Little additional information is available.

The US Attorney may have a release on Tuesday. The business is located in the 1200 block of Seventh Avenue. Police Chief Jim Johnson told other media that the business had failed to pay city taxes. Five trucks were taken to an impound lot.

Kenneth Cisco, 50, has been confined to the Western Regional Jail. A federal search warrant alleges that he exchanged auto part for heroin and other drugs. According to a WSAZ.com report Cisco would pay employees with a combination of pills and a check.

Court records indicated that he spent a year in federal prison in 1996 for selling cocaine.

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