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On May 12th, 2014 a search warrant was served at 231 S. College Street in Sabina. The raid was the culmination of a drug trafficking investigation that began in October 2013. The investigation involved the United States Postal Service, Sabina Police Department, Wilmington Police Department, Warren County Drug Task Force and Ohio BCI&I. The investigation […]

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New Organized Crime Task Force Seizes more than $1 Million in Heroin, Cocaine, Methamphetamine

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer, Warren County Sheriff Larry Sims announced today that an investigation conducted by a newly formed Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission (OOCIC) task force has resulted in the seizure  of more than $1 million in illegal drugs. 

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Pot came from western U.S. dispensaries

The Warren County Drug Task Force with collaboration from the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation, DEA Dayton and Columbus Offices, the RANGE Drug Task Force, Ohio State Highway Patrol, and Darke County Sheriff’s Office, took extensive enforcement action yesterday that resulted in the seizure of approximately 750 pounds of high-grade marijuana with a street value […]

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Surrounding rural counties lead in methamphetamine-related incidents, data shows

The likelihood of discovering dumpsites, labs and chemicals associated with the manufacturing of methamphetamine remains higher in more rural areas of the region, despite Wednesday evening’s explosion at a Sycamore Township home. The existence of the methamphetamine industry in the region is alarming, not only because of the dangers of its highly addictive use, but […]

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CINCINNATI – A federal grand jury has charged six people, including four Middletown residents, with conspiring to distribute heroin, a crime punishable by at least ten years and up to life in prison. Carter M. Stewart, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio, Kevin Cornelius, Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation […]

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