Olympic swimming medalist charged with running alleged Australia drugs syndicate

Australian Olympic medalist, Scott Miller, was arrested and charged with running a meth operation. According to the police, he hid $1.6 million worth of drugs inside candles.
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Police in Australia arrested and charged an Olympic medalist on charges of running a meth operation. Scott Miller, who won silver and bronze medals for the 100-meter butterfly during the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, is alleged to have hidden $1.6 million worth of drugs inside candles. The 45-year-old was detained in Rozelle, New South Wales, on Tuesday.

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