"This should serve as clear evidence that the growing opiate/heroin abuse problem in southeastern Michigan is real and is being addressed," said Robert Corso, head of the Drug Enforcement Administration in Detroit.
Robert Corso, DEA Detroit Chief is quoted in the article as saying, "Harvard Drug Group should have known, based on the large, frequent quantities, that their customers were diverting oxycodone into arenas that were not legitimate."
Robert L. Corso, Special Agent in Charge for the DEA, stated that, "This investigation shows that the DEA works closely with our Canadian law enforcement counterparts in an effort to secure our northern border.
"The group thought that they were conducting their business safely behind the walls of quiet suburban homes and business offices, but they were only kidding themselves," said Robert Corso, an agent in charge of the DEA in Detroit.
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