After Manchester drug trafficker freed, co-conspirator’s father asks why not his son?
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Four years ago this month, a federal judge sent Manchester-area resident Kosmas Koustas to federal prison for 11½ years.
Koustas had pleaded guilty to six charges in connection with a sophisticated international drug trafficking pipeline. Court records described an operation — named the Colgrove Organization — that moved Canadian-grown marijuana into Manchester and other New England locations. Cash from those regional sales went to California, where operators obtained cocaine, which was funneled back to New England and Canada, according to court records.