FORT WORTH, Texas — More than two dozen suspects have been arrested in the investigation of a North Texas drug ring.

Federal prosecutors on Friday announced 28 people were charged over their alleged involvement in a methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin operation in the Dallas and Fort Worth areas.

Officials say 25 people were arrested Thursday. Three others remain fugitives.

Each suspect is charged with conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute a controlled substance.

Prosecutors in Fort Worth say conviction could lead to maximum 40-year prison terms.

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