Dutiful Daughter

War on the home front

When a young Tustin, Calif., girl walked into the local police station just after midnight and turned over a bag containing some $2,800 worth of cocaine, it seemed to be a case of a good citizen doing her part in the national war against drugs. She also produced a small quantity of marijuana, about two dozen pills, drug paraphernalia, $1,900 in cash and a .25-cal. handgun, thus providing sufficient evidence for officers to arrest Bobby Dale Young, 49, a bartender, and his wife Judith Ann Young, 37, a U.S. bankruptcy-court clerk. But there was an extraordinary twist to the bust: the...

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