A massive methamphetamine ring in Adams County has been dismantled.
Forty-one suspects – including 19 suspected of violating the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act – were indicted by the Colorado State Grand Jury.
The suspects will be prosecuted in Adams County District Court.
Attorney General John Suthers said that methamphetamine fuels a great deal of crime in Colorado, including about two-thirds of identity thefts in the state.
The methamphetamine ring, according to the indictment, brought multiple-pound quantities of meth into the state each week, distributing it throughout the Denver metro area.