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Drug bust in Forest CountySubmitted: 09/25/2013
Story By Newswatch 12 Newsteam

LAONA - Two people got arrested in a Forest County drug bust early this morning.

Deputies and Crandon police searched a home at 4920 Midway Lane in the town of Laona around 2:15.

39 year old Andrew Phillips and and 19 year old Taylor LaBarge were arrested.

Possible charges include delivery of cocaine and marijuana, and keeping a drug house.

The investigation continues, and more arrests might be made.

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