A Coconino County grand jury indicted 11 suspects connected to a methamphetamine and cocaine operation in northern Arizona.
DPS said last year detectives learned of the wide-ranging ring and 10 people were identified as the main suppliers.
On May 1, nine search warrants were served in three counties and $22,000 cash was seized along with seven vehicles, 12 firearms, several surveillance systems, 10 ounces of meth, two ounces of cocaine, a marijuana growing operation and a meth lab.
DPS said the suspects arrested during "Operation Snowball" face prison sentences ranging from five to 15 years.
The suspects lived in Williams and Flagstaff.
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