Police: Marshall County man arrested after receiving 2 pounds of meth in the mail

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Courtesy: Marshall County Sheriff's Office

Courtesy: Marshall County Sheriff's Office

ALBERTVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — A Marshall County man is facing a one million dollar bond for trafficking meth after he received two pounds of the drug in the mail, according to police.

Officials say Victor Ramos Ordaz was arrested on Monday after he received two pounds of meth in the mail.

They say they found the meth in the mail as it was being sent to Ordaz’s Albertville home.

At his initial appearance Wednesday morning, a judge set a one million dollar bond for Ordaz.

He is being held in the Marshall County Jail.

Courtesy: Marshall County District Attorney's Office

Courtesy: Marshall County District Attorney’s Office


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