Cisco Trucking Raided By DEA

Cisco Trucking Raid

Cisco Trucking RaidA Cisco trucking company, based in Huntington, West Virginia, has been raided and shut down by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency and the Huntington Police Department. Cisco Trucking is located on 7th avenue in Huntington.

Cisco Trucking owner, Kenneth Cisco (50), was arrested and admitted to investigators that he was selling drugs to keep his fleet maintained. According to court documents, the investigation has been going on since 2013. Cisco was also said to have paid truck drivers with pills and cash. The investigation also determined that Cisco was selling heroin.

Cisco served a sentence back in 1996 for selling cocaine. He pleaded guilty. During a meeting yesterday, the search warrant reveals he admitted to supplying undercover agents with pills on several occasions for cash and maintenance items like stolen tires, antifreeze and oil.

There was a number of different things that were took during the raid. From the search warrant, investigators took papers from the office, two five-gallon buckets of oil, five semis, two computers and a pickup truck.

Cisco has no problem telling police and investigators what he’s been up to. Cisco told police that he has sold drugs to at least 50 different customers. It was also found that Cisco didn’t even have a business license. They also said Cisco admitted when his truck drivers would get sick from their opiate addictions, he would give them pills so they could keep working.

Although Cisco was arrested, no charges have been filed at this time.