Officers Arrested For Re-selling Drugs
HOUSTON, Texas- Two former Houston police officers are behind bars after being busted in an undercover drug sting.
The two officers are accused of stealing from drug dealers so they could re-sell the stolen drugs.
They are facing up to 99 years in prison if found guilty.
Bond is set for $100,000 for the men.
They are expected to be in court Friday.
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