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Four arrested in Forest County drug bust, more than $20K in drugsSubmitted: 10/19/2013
Story By Adam Fox

Four arrested in Forest County drug bust, more than $20K in drugs
FOREST COUNTY - A tip from a delivery company lead Forest County Police to a drug bust worth more than $20,000.

Police arrested four people in the Township of Nashville Friday.

They found more than 400 prescription drugs including Oxycodone and Morphine. Police also found mushrooms and pot.

According to a Forest County Sheriff's Department press release, Curtis A. Allred, 53, Lisa A. Allred, 49, Carly Allred, 22, and Kenneth Murphy, 25, were arrested.

The press release from the Forest County Sheriff's Office didn't specifically assign charges linked to the arrests.

It did say charges could include possession of drugs with plans to sell and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Police say the investigation is ongoing. They expect to make more arrests.





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