WILKINS TOWNSHIP, Pa. - A mother is accused of running a major drug ring out of her Wilkins Township home.
Brandy Bara White and her husband were indicted on Thursday.
Investigators said undercover agents found thousands of oxycodone pills being transported by car from near Detroit to Pittsburgh to Bara White’s home.
DEA agents had court-authorized wiretaps for four cellphones used by Bara White.
"They conducted hours worth of surveillance, watching cars drive in and out at all hours of the day and night and around the back of the house,” said an investigator.
Four others were indicted as co-conspirators.
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