Police find 63 lbs of marijuana, $17,000 in cash in ongoing drug investigation

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Three suspects were arrested in the investigation.

Tammi Tonjum, Daniel Johnson, Corey Krotz
Courtesy Woodbury County Sheriff’s Office

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – As part of an ongoing drug investigation, police arrested three suspects and searched three homes.

The Sioux City Police Department said they have been investigating a Sioux City residence for the distribution of marijuana. They obtained search warrants for three homes.

After a Thursday search, police found three firearms, 63 pounds of marijuana and about 17,000 of cash.

Police arrested three people, 44-year-old Tammi Tonjum, 38-year-old Corey Krotz, and 37-year-old Daniel Johnson, all of Sioux City. They were each charged with conspiracy to distribute marijuana and a drug tax stamp violation.

They say that no more information will be released at this time as it is an ongoing investigation.

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