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Reported Break-in results in drug arrests
Published: August 12, 2010

Press Release 


On 8/11/10, police officers responded to a local apartment complex after receiving a complaint concerning individuals breaking into one of the apartments. The caller also stated the individuals were attempting to manufacture methamphetamine. 

As officers arrived, one suspect fled through the back window of the apartment and two other suspects were located on the premises. During the investigation, officers located several items used to manufacture methamphetamine in the apartment and in one of the suspect’s vehicles. The following suspects were arrested and charges filed.  

Jeremy McDaniel, 34 years old of Centerville, Illinois was charged with Criminal Attempt to Manufacture Methamphetamine, Class A Felony, bond was set at $25,000. 

Martine Louise Dolfine, 39 years old of Copperas Cove, Texas was charged with possession of Drug Paraphernalia with intent to Manufacture Methamphetamine, Class B Felony, bond was set at $25,000. 

Charges are pending against the third suspect who fled the area. The two suspects were incarcerated in the Baxter County Detention Center. 

Carry Manuel
Chief of Police


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