Det. Arthur Shattuck, St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Office, displays confiscated guns and drugs.
Jim Reagan from Sen. Patty Ritchie's office looks at the connections police allege between all of the suspects.
More than 100 people were charged in the case. Yellow sticky notes cover the faces of those still at large as of Friday morning.
Various confiscated narcotics and firearms
Confiscated heroin wrapped in single doses labeled "Ghost"
Confiscated heroin wrapped in single doses labeled with skulls and crossbones and the word "Afghanistan"
More confiscated cocaine
Confiscated heroin wrapped in single doses labeled with skulls and crossbones and the word "Jeffe"
A confiscated revolver
A confiscated semi-automatic pistol
Sheriff Kevin Wells speaks at the Friday morning press conference
Kevin Kelly from Homeland Security Investigations. He said federal agents will use this case as a gateway to an overseas cartel investigation.
Massena police Chief Adam Love
At right are Canton police Chief James Santamaw, Potsdam Chief Mark Murray and Sheriff Kevin Wells.
Above is Gouverneur police Chief Laurina Greenhill, Sen. Patty Ritchie and members of the St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Office and New York State Police.
A militarized state police BearCat with a battering ram breaks down the door at 72 Maple St. in Massena during Thursday morning's raid.
Massena patrolmen Connor Truax and Dustin Currier arrive at a North Main Street residence in Massena on Thursday, seeking one of the Operation Gravy Train suspects.
North Country Now photos by Andy Gardner, except the BearCat image, which is a screenshot from YouTube.