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Alhambra bounty hunter arrested in Ohio pot bust


Amherst Township , OH United States

Two San Gabriel Valley bounty hunters and an Illinois man are facing felony drug charges after Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers seized 69 pounds of hydroponic marijuana, valued at nearly $350,000, during a traffic stop. According to the highway patrol, self-proclaimed bounty hunter,Tung Kha, 36, of Alhambra, was a passenger in the car with certified bounty hunter, Ricky Dang, 25, of West Covina. An Illinois resident owned the car and was driving. Bounty hunters by profession arrest fugitives from the law for a monetary reweard. All three were charged with possession of marijuana, a first-degree felony. The suspects were enroute to New York.

All three suspects were incarcerated in the Lorain County Jail. If convicted, they could each face up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine. 

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4 thoughts on “Alhambra bounty hunter arrested in Ohio pot bust”

  1. This story is missing many facts and is twisted to attract as many readers as possible.
    After reviewing the case, our company, CITY Bail Bonds of Los Angeles California posted their $300,000 Ohio bail bond without any collateral. These guys will have their day in Court.
    Questions about bail?

  2. pot makes you small in brain…. lol I bounty hunt and can tell you that it is not the norm for a full time bounty hunter to get stoned, yes we know way shadey dudes, you know why that is. but you are either profesional or not…. Im thinkin he is not…. OH and to say your a bounty hunter and not be. is a D fellony IN the state of INDIANA. WWW.joebountyhunter.com

  3. Wow I had no idea that there were
    bounty hunters living in Alhambra…
    and to answer Richard’s question,
    hydroponic marijuana is grown all over
    California but whether it was done legally
    in this case is a good question

  4. that is a monstrous amount of pot. does anyone know where it’s from? hydroponic? the pot was grown in water? again, where?