From an increased amount of drugs on Indiana’s streets, people feeding out of control drug addictions, even offering their bodies as payment, Zoeller says all of these vices go hand in hand. “It’s part of an organized crime element that deals in both commercial sex as well as human trafficking and drugs. So a lot of this is coordinated because it’s the same people,” said Zoeller.
Zoeller is headed to Mexico this week to take on all of those issues plaguing our communities. He’ll be joined by other attorneys general and the Mexican authorities who are struggling to get a grip on the drug cartel. The Mexico City conference, officially known as the CWAG Alliance Partnership Binational State Attorney General Exchange, is a follow-up to a training event Zoeller hosted in Indianapolis back in 2010.