Grant County Drug Round-up

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 7/27/2012 12:41 am
State Police conducted a drug round-up in Grant County beginning at 6:00 a.m. Thursday.

The arrests were from sealed indictments from drug cases.

There were 26 warrants, which included 82 felony charges and two misdemeanor charges.

State Police said those arrested included Erik B. Smith, Ashley Baker, David Williams, Loretta Williams, Joshua W. Franks, Cody S. Glenn, Austin R. Holt, Lisa Courtney, Kimberly C. Young, Clinton G. Terpening, Steven R. Young, Ashley Ellis, James R. Lake, Dwayne A. Nichols and Krystal D. Courtney, all of Grant County.

Two juveniles were taken into custody and two other adults were arrested on unrelated charges.  The cases remain under investigation.
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