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Feds Charge Tulsa Man After Police Seize Nearly 1,500 Pounds Of Marijuana

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Tulsa County jail photo of Kong Meng Vang. Tulsa County jail photo of Kong Meng Vang.
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Federal prosecutors charge a Tulsa man after an investigation reportedly uncovers almost 1,500 pounds of marijuana at his home.

The U.S. Attorney's Office says the Tulsa Police Department and the DEA had been tracking 34-year-old Kong Meng Vang for months.

They also recovered several handguns at his home.

The U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Oklahoma Trent Shores says law enforcement also found two rental trucks, a cell phone and additional firearms at Vang's business at 46th and Mingo.

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