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Arrest made in Rhinelander meth caseSubmitted: 12/18/2013
Story By Lex Gray


RHINELANDER - We told you yesterday about a Rhinelander bistro manager arrested for using methamphetamines and other drugs.

Now, police believe they know who sold the meth.

Pedro Jacinto has been in the Oneida County jail since Tuesday. He's charged with a felony for dealing meth.

Police believe he sold meth to Randy Zadnick. Zadnick managed Zadnick's Brick Oven Bistro in Rhinelander.

Police say a woman tipped them off to Zadnick's strange behavior. They searched Zadnick, and found prescription drugs that didn't belong to him, including Adderall.

Police say Zadnick admitted to using meth, and said he bought it from Jacinto.

Jacinto's court date hasn't been set yet.

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