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Three arrested in Tomahawk methamphetamine bustSubmitted: 10/17/2013
Story By Associated Press

TOMAHAWK - Police arrest three people in a meth bust in Tomahawk.

Police Chief Al Elvins says police from several departments searched a home in Tomahawk early this morning.

Drug paraphernalia and Methamphetamine were seized.

Police arrested 27 year old Michael Hedges of Tomahawk, 18 year old Jessica Rowan of Merrill, and 28 year old Robert Sleik of Michigan.




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