MAJOR DRUG BUST: 10 Drug Traffickers Arrested In Central Florida

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operation 'Last of the Mojicas'

ABOVE VIDEO: Ten drug traffickers were arrested in a major drug bust, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said Monday.

ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA (WFTV) – Ten drug traffickers were arrested in a major drug bust, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said Monday.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office busted the group on charges of trafficking heroin, fentanyl and methamphetamine into Central Florida.

Deputies said four of the 10 people arrested were siblings. One person remains at large.

The Orlando Police Department, the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation and the Drug Enforcement Agency, Volusia Bureau of Investigation, along with officials with the HIDTA program, worked with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office in the operation called: “Last of the Mojicas.”

The siblings and believed ringleaders were identified as Hector Enrique Mojica-Phipps, Yajaira Mojica-Phipps, Luis Enrique Mojica-Phipps and Dilcia Mojica-Phipps, authorities said.

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Lorenzo Corral-Martinez remains at large and is believed to be in Mexico. (WFTV Image)

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