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World War II Hero Busted for Trafficking Cocaine in Michigan Hopes to Avoid Prison
World War II Hero Busted for Trafficking Cocaine in Michigan Hopes to Avoid Prison
You know times are hard when you are still slinging cocaine in your "golden years." In 2011, the Michigan State Police busted 89-year-old Indiana resident Leo Sharp for transporting over 200 pounds of cocaine along Interstate 94. Reports indicate that Sharp had hauled over 1,000 pounds of coke across the country before he was caught.