First person convicted in Operation Trojan Horse drug bust

klamath county courthouse


KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The first person convicted in the Operation Trojan Horse case is on their way to prison.

20 year old Lee J. Harsfield of Klamath Falls pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to two years in prison.

Harsfield was one of 28 people indicted on racketeering charges related to Mexican drug cartel activity here in the basin.

  • linda

    Wow. They sure made a big deal about this in the beginning. Not a big deal anymore if he only got 2 years that ain’t nothing

  • Gurl from KFalls

    Yeah! Ok! 1! Count them all… now! 1 and…and…. Wait for it!
    That’s what I thought. We are still on one? right?
    Good. Lord