The U-S Attorney for Kansas says this week's drug arrests in Topeka will have a lasting effect on the state's meth trade. On Tuesday, law enforcement served dozens of federal arrest warrants. The charges include distributing -and conspiring to distribute- methamphetamine. U-S Attorney Barry Grissom says the raids will have a major impact on the distribution of meth in Kansas, because of who was targeted.
Sixty people were indicted on felony meth charges and more than 40 of those are now in custody.