A California police officer and his retired co-worker were arrested last week in Tysons Corner for allegedly bringing more than 27 pounds of marijuana from California to Virginia, police said.
The men, along with a third accomplice, were charged with conspiracy
to import and distribute more than five pounds of marijuana. The
estimated street value of the marijuana is $635,000, police said.
Police have charged Selma police officer Frederick Michael Sayles,
34, who lives in Selma; former Selma police officer Gabriel Hernandez
Sepeda II, 38, of Fresno; and David Ray Flowers, 38, of Fresno.
The investigation was run by Alexandria police and prosecutors along
with the DEA, authorities said. All three men are being held in the
Alexandria Detention Center without bond.
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