A Hillsdale police officer is among six people charged in an FBI drug sting. The six are accused of trafficking in more than $2.4-Million of cocaine. According to U.S. Attorney Catherine Hanaway, alleged ringleader Bobby Wood arranged for couriers to drive through Hillsdale, where Police Sergeant Christopher Cornell would arrest the drivers. The couriers’ cars would then be towed by someone who was in on the plot, with the drugs then stolen from the towed vehicles. The indictments claim Cornell was paid between $200 and $1,000 each time he pulled over a drug courier and allowed his alleged cohorts to tow a car and steal the drugs.