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November 15, 2013

Area meth trafficking sting nets 32 arrests

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“Drug trafficking organizations are determined to spread their poison in an attempt to make a profit on the backs of addiction,” DEA Special Agent in Charge Daniel R. Salter said. “Today, the DEA and our state and local partners have made a significant impact on these organizations operating in our rural counties. 

“I am grateful for the efforts of our special agents, prosecutors, and law enforcement partners in dismantling this organization. Our law enforcement community is strong and together we are committed to ensuring that our communities are safe and drug free.”

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