published Friday, September 6th, 2013

Police in Georgia seize $3 million in drug known as 'Molly'

MORROW, Ga. — Police say they found more than $3 million in the drug known as Molly when officers served a search warrant at a house in Morrow.

Authorities say the drug is a mix of Ecstasy and methamphetamine.

Police say the person inside the home had a large amount of the drug when officers showed up with the warrant on Thursday night.

Clayton County police Maj. Alan Holloway tells WSB-TV that the drug would have had a street value of around $3 million.

Officers arrested at least one person at the home. Details on the suspect were not immediately available.

Morrow is about 15 miles south of downtown Atlanta.

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