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Four Johnson County residents have been charged with maufacturing meth

Four people form Johnson County are facing meth charges. Authorities say they acted on a tip from an anonymous caller which led them to an arrest on Blevins Drive in Staffordsville. Police report that they found two active meth labs inside a home. One lab was found in a cooler on the front  porch, while another was located inside a fireplace. Arrested were David Blevins, Sara Dennison, Kendra Wells and Shyla Selvage. All four were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.

Filed under: Johnson Co. | Arrests | Police investigate | Around the region


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