Waco family pleads guilty in Baylor marijuana distribution
Two Waco residents have plead guilty to charges in which they were alleged to have brought marijuana from California to sell on Baylor University’s campus.
Phillip Larry Koss and Le’Ann Koss will be sentenced in September after pleading guilty to charges of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana and aiding and abetting possession with intent to distribute marijuana. Brian Smith also pleaded guilty in connection with the case.
The case was part of a bigger sting operation in which several people around Waco and Baylor campus, including students, were involved in marijuana distribution.
Their son Conner plead guilty in June to similar charges and at the time his parents made statements which indicated that he was solely responsible for the operation and had no knowledge of it.
For the Koss family alone, over 100 pounds of cannabis was involved.
By: Stephen Carter
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