The Star Tribune reported police foiled a drug ring Friday. The ring sold methamphetamine to buyers for thousands of dollars.
The drug was shipped from Mexico and is popular in the Hmong community. The investigation has been going for eight months. As a result, 20 people were arrested this week.
The investigation is continuing and may include other states, police said.
KARE-11 reported that the value of the meth exceeds $500,000. It is believed to be one of the largest rings in the Upper Midwest
Jimmy Yang, of Minneapolis, and Jose Salgado, of St. Paul, were the main distributors of meth, police said.