Men In Sandusky Drug-Smuggling Case In Court 6-01-2010 - WNEM TV 5

Men In Sandusky Drug-Smuggling Case In Court 6-01-2010

ANN ARBOR, Mich.Two Canadians accused of helping a pilot smuggle drugs into the U.S. at a small Michigan airport have pleaded guilty in federal court.
Matthew Moody and Jesse Rusenstrom pleaded guilty Tuesday to possession of marijuana and a stimulant drug called BZP.
Authorities said Moody and Rusenstrom met a Cessna airplane at the Sandusky, Mich., airport in November.
A border agent flying a Black Hawk helicopter was suspicious and used a spotlight to keep track of their SUV.
Agents recovered at least 100 pounds of marijuana and possibly 500,000 Ecstasy tablets worth $1 million to $2 million.
The Ontario men have been in custody since their capture 55 miles east of Saginaw.
The Cessna plane got away.
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