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Upper Sandusky man arrested for meth lab

An Upper Sandusky man was arrested and charged with illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine, in what detectives described as the largest meth lab discovered in Wyandot County. Detectives of the Wyandot County Major Crimes Unit and the METRICH Enforcement Unit obtained a search warrant for 514½ W. Johnson St., Upper Sandusky, on Thursday, the major crimes […]

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Two alleged meth makers in West Salem are indicted

Two people accused of making meth in West Salem have been indicted. Heather A. Graham, 28, and Anthony V. Smith II, 33, both of 64 Congress St., have been charged as co-defendants in a five-count indictment that includes counts of illegal possession or assembly of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, a third-degree felony, and […]

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Two remain jailed for meth

Two people remain in jail and have been charged for their alleged roles in a meth lab discovered last week in West Salem. Heather A. Graham, 27, and Anthony V. Smith II, 33, both of 64 Congress St., have both been charged with felony counts of illegal possession or assembly of chemicals for the manufacture […]

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Drug charges send Salem man to prison for seven years

Corey A. Snay, 22, South Union Avenue, Salem, was sentenced in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court to seven years and four months in a state prison in three drug-related cases. The newest charges dealt with the illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine, the illegal possession of the chemicals for manufacturing meth and several counts of possession of […]

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Orrville man gets prison for meth

An Orrville man was given three years in prison Tuesday after he admitted to making methamphetamine in the summer. Lawrence B. Procario, 38, last known address of 1408 Spring Hill Drive, was sentenced to prison by Judge Mark K. Wiest in Wayne County Common Pleas Court after he pleaded guilty to illegal manufacture of drugs, […]

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