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Posted by Randy on 2014/7/24 11:03:48 (1358 reads) News by the same author

Two persons, with the same street address at Spickard, have been arrested by the Grundy county sheriff's department on alleged drug related charges.
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One of them has been on probation.

The state probation and parole warrant accuses 38 year old Lori Herrity of Spickard of violating terms of probation that had been issued in 2012. That was in connection with felony stealing charges in Harrison County. The new Grundy county charges accuse Ms. Herrity on Tuesday of felony possession of drug paraphernalia and felony possession of controlled substances listed as hydrocodone and clonazepam.

The warrant described the paraphernalia as numerous medical syringes, five metal picks, tweezers, rolling papers and other items.

She's to appear August 7th in Division One of Grundy county circuit court on the probation violation warrant. Bond on this charge is 15 thousand dollars cash.

Ms. Herrity is to be in the associate division of circuit court August 12th on the two
felony counts. Bond on those charges is 25 thousand dollars (cash or surety).

23 year old Scott Nathan Ellison of Spickard is charged with a misdemeanor for alleged unlawful use of drug paraphernalia on Tuesday. Ellison posted 25 hundred dollars bond pending his appearance August 12th in the associate division of the circuit court.

Items authorities claim he possessed, according to warrant, include two glass pipes with alleged intent to introduce a controlled substance into the human body.

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