A longtime Internal Revenue Service employee was indicted on charges of laundering the proceeds of marijuana sales.

Maggie Cooper, 62, of Memphis, Tenn., a 27-year veteran IRS tax analyst, was indicted last Thursday in a 38-count indictment charging her with money laundering and money laundering conspiracy. The indictment alleges that beginning in or about 2011 and continuing through September 2012, Cooper conspired with others to conduct financial transactions with proceeds obtained from marijuana trafficking.

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