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Drug raid nabs 9

November 15, 2013

Solomon

A Wapakoneta woman and three Cridersville residents were among nine drug-related arrests made Friday morning after several months of investigation by the Auglaize/Mercer County Grand Lake Drug Task Force.
Joining members of the Task Force in making the arrests were officers from the Wapakoneta, St. Marys, and Cridersville police departments, and members of the Allen County Drug Task Force, who served the indictments from the Auglaize County Grand Jury.
Sara Lee, 32, of Wapakoneta, was arrested on five counts of trafficking in prescription medication, and Gerald Lamb, 27, of Cridersville, three counts of trafficking in marijuana and one count of trafficking in prescription medication, Kendra Van Atta, 22, of Cridersville, one count trafficking in marijuana, and Ellen Dyer, 43, of Cridersville, four counts of trafficking in prescription medication.
For more details on the drug-related arrests, see the Saturday, Nov. 16 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

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