BUTLER Co., Ohio (WDTN) - An election night pot bust is believed to be the largest in Butler County's history.
Sheriff's deputies seized 900 pounds of marijuana Tuesday night in Fairfield worth an estimated $1.1 million.
Officials say they intercepted a shipment from Mexico then went undercover to deliver the drug to an empty storefront in Fairfield.
"The Mexican drug cartel continues to ship these drugs here to the United States and to Butler County, Ohio, but they've continued to deliver them to the wrong place," said Sheriff Richard Jones, Butler County.
Two men were arrested in Fairfield on drug trafficking and possession charges.
The sheriff says the pair intended to sell the marijuana locally.
Community members are donating money and supplies to the survivors of a fatal fire in Kettering.
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory until Saturday at 7 p.m.
After months of construction, the GE EPISCenter will finally open at the new River Park Drive location off Patterson Boulevard.
Sidney fire officials said there may not have been working smoke detectors when an apartment building burned late Thursday night.
Kettering police named their newest officer Thursday in a special ceremony.