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Narcotics investigation leads to 35 arrests; Complete list included

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FORT SCOTT, KANSAS -

Update 5/14/2015: The following persons were charged with a violation of Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance Using a Communication Facility:

  • Shane R. Cooney
  • Jason A. Burns
  • Gregory S. White
  • Dillon T. Weddle
  • Tyler L. Weber
  • Scott R. Watkins
  • Dustin S. Wiley
  • Sandra L. Keating
  • Robert F. Wilson III
  • Jennifer L. Houston
  • Avious B. Steadman
  • William G Wiggans Jr.
  • Gary L. Wiggans
  • Courtney R. Sisney
  • Andrew L. Woods
  • Avery A. Johnson
  • Monica I. Rice
  • Courtney B. Johnson
  • Brent M. Stewart
  • Justin D. Messerschimdt
  • Glenn S. Enloe
  • Linda M. Jones
  • Dustin E. Crays
  • Quintin D. Grant
  • Laeci J. Hall
  • Montana H. Williams
  • Janae D. Willard
  • Joseph L. Chambers
  • Jack D. Ham III
  • Nathan S. Carey
  • Joshua M. Schoemig
  • Dakota R. Buckman
  • Cody A. Woodall
  • Austin T. Arnold
  • Hunter L. Deckard
  • Samantha L. Tucker
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On 5/12/15 the Fort Scott Police Department, Bourbon County Sheriff Department and KBI Southeast Kansas Drug Task Force were involved in a narcotics investigation that resulted in thirty-five arrests. The persons arrested were charged with a violation of Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance Using a Communication Facility. As this is an ongoing investigation and more arrests are likely.

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