UTICA, N.Y. — The Federal Court in Syracuse revealed two indictments last week, charging 18 people for their involvement in two drug-trafficking schemes, according to WKTV in New York.

The indictment alleges that local car dealer Michael Lynch, owner of Southside Auto, permitted his dealership to be used as a drug distribution center.

The alleged members are charged with trafficking cocaine through the dealership from the summer of 2011 through late June 2012. To read the full story, click here.