Feds find Packers Super Bowl ring with Mexican drug traffickers
A 2010 Green Bay Packers Super Bowl ring that was reportedly stolen from a team executive was among the items seized in a federal drug sting in the Chicago area.
The ring was with heroin, weapons and other jewelry that was taken from a Mexican drug-trafficking outfit, according to the Chicago Tribune. What’s not known is how the group came to possess the ring. Agents secured 20 kilograms of heroin, $1.4 million in cash and 18 weapons as well as the jewelry.
Six defendants remain in federal custody.
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