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SHERMAN -- The owner of a tobacco shop in Sherman has been arrested accused of laundering hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Grayson Sheriff's deputies arrested Naser Yacoub, 35, yesterday.

He's the owner of Texoma Tobacco in Sherman.

He's accused of improper selling of tobacco without tax and laundering more than $200 thousand dollars.

If he's convicted he could face up to 20 years in prison and a 10-thousand dollar fine.