When a federal jury indicted Tennessee physician Rosaire "Ross" DuBrule last year and charged him with violating controlled-substances laws, the DEA seized $4 million worth of his personal property–including an impressive stash of vintage baseball cards.
There are T206s and vintage Topps. Some rare pre-War Hall of Famers and just about anything else you can think of. It’s a collection that belonged to Rosaire "Ross" DuBrule but it might wind up in the hands of collectors at a Drug Enforcement Agency auction.
According to the federal court indictment, DuBrule and his wife, Kim, dispensed fraudulent prescriptions for the painkillers Lortab, Percocet and Loracet Plus to undercover agents from 2002 to 2004.
DuBrule pleaded not guilty and posted bond, but was arrested again on a DUI charge last month. Now, the Washington Post reports his future –and the future of those cards–is in the federal court system.