Just show up at the Willoughby UPS store and sign for some packages. As it turned out, it wasn’t so simple.
Little did Coleman know, officials were waiting for her at the SOM Center Road facility on Feb. 26, 2016, when she went to pick up 27,000 grams of marijuana to give to someone else to sell. Willoughby police had received a call from Lake County Narcotics agents that they were investigating Coleman and had intercepted the drugs ahead of time. “It seemed easy. It seemed too good to be true. It was too good to be true,” defense attorney Thomas Shaughnessy said April 10 in Lake County Common Pleas Court. [Read more…]