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Suspects Named in 30-Person Drug BustSubmitted: 04/30/2013
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CRANDON - We now know some names and faces of the 30 people arrested during a seven-month drug investigation in Forest and Langlade counties.

Forest County district attorney Chuck Simono has started filing charges against the 30 suspects.

Today, the Forest County Sheriff's Department released names and photos of 13 suspects.

The suspects face felony charges related to dealing marijuana, narcotics, and prescription drugs.

Timothy Stecker, 49, faces 16 felonies. Patrick Malone,37, faces 19 felonies, and Tonya Malone,35, faces 31 felonies.

Those three are due in Forest County court May 15.

The other suspects have court dates in May and June.

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