Multiple people have been indicted after a six month investigation into the trafficking of marijuana in the Tullahoma area.
Federal officials were notified by Tullahoma Police after a widespread marijuana distribution network was discovered involving the United States Postal Service.
The investigation began July 27 and resulted in the Federal Grand Jury indictments of 31-year-old Michael Thomas Sibert, 38-year-old Amy Glasgow, and 23-year-old Dillon Champion, all of Tullahoma. Also indicted were 28-year-old Franklin Bennett, of Moore County, and 33-year-old Timothy Powers, of Winchester.
Authorities said they believe the supplier was Joseph Martin, of Trinidad, California.
All six were indicted on December 1 by a Federal Grand Jury in Chattanooga.
The counts involved were conspiracy to distribute 100 kilos or more of marijuana and use of a communication facility to commit a felony.
Officials said the operation allegedly delivered over 363 pounds of parcels containing marijuana with a street value of more than $600,000 to the Tullahoma area.
Throughout the investigation, multiple items, including cash, vehicles, and a home on Ovoca Road in Tullahoma, were seized.
The indictments were served by authorities December 8, and the suspects were taken to a holding facility in Chattanooga where they were awaiting arraignment.