Two Rancho Cordova residents allegedly charged for Selling Narcotics on Social Media In Exchange for Bitcoin Payment
Local media of California region disclosed that a pair from Califonia’s city Rancho Cordova was indicted in possession of selling marijuana and psilocybin mushrooms on social media in exchange for the partial payment in cryptocurrency. Announced on November 29, 2018, by the U.S Attorney McGregor W.Scott, both residents of Rancho Cordova, namely Nathan Paul Barnes and Tiarra Maureen Jackson are held responsible for seven-count indictment.
Officially released a report stating that these individuals were operating an enterprise dealing with drug distribution. Barnes and Jackson used to promote their enterprise, called “Fine Cali Herb” across social networking platforms. Using social networks including Instagram and Snapchat, they caught selling large quantities of drugs including THC products, marijuana and psilocybin mushrooms to various parts of the world.
It was reported that the payment for narcotics was received in the form of Bitcoin. However, while conducting the investigation…
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