2 Ont. men guilty in U.S. drug case
Two Canadian men are facing lengthy prison terms in the United States after pleading guilty to drug charges in Michigan.
They were charged with possession with intent to distribute controlled substances.
Police accused the men of helping a pilot smuggle drugs into the U.S. after meeting a plane at a small airport in rural Michigan in November.
A border agent flying a Black Hawk helicopter was suspicious and used a spotlight to keep track of their SUV.
The Cessna plane got away.
Moody and Rusenstrom are expected to be sentenced in September.
They face up to seven years behind bars.