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Truck firm owner faces drug charge

A 69-year-old man accused of possessing cocaine with the intent to deal the drug was indicted in federal court this week.

Guadalupe Quintanilla, the owner of Pull It Hard Trucking in Fort Wayne, had been arrested in February.

According to U.S. District Court documents, police found 38 kilograms of cocaine tucked inside his semi after he was pulled over on U.S. 30 near Columbia City.

The cocaine – which was found in 38 bricks – was wrapped in green cellophane, according to court documents.

jeffwiehe@jg.net

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